VIDEO REPORTS: Austin Serial Bomber Dead in Round Rock, Texas — North of Austin, North of Pflugerville

Austin, Texas police chief Brian Manley says the suspect in a string of bombings in that city is dead, and that the suspect blew himself up in his vehicle on Wednesday morning as officers approached. (March 21)

Initially news broke of a police-involved shooting after midnight near a Red Roof Inn and a Homewood Suites in the blocks of 1700-1900 North I-35 in Round Rock, Texas. Updated news reports indicate the Austin serial bombing suspect may have killed himself with the detonation of a bomb inside his car.

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The Austin, Texas Police Department says it is working an “Officer Involved Shooting” on Wednesday morning. There is heavy police activity on I-35 in Round Rock. It is unclear if this connected to the bombings in Austin. (March 21)

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INITIAL REPORT: The suspected Austin serial bomber is dead following an officer-involved shooting, according to reports.

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