Explosive packages left on the doorsteps of Austin residences have killed two and injured at least two more in the span of ten days. The first explosion occurred on March 2 and the second happened March 12, and Austin police are not ruling out the possibility of hate crimes. Police have not released details of a third explosion that also took place March 12, but are are warning residents to be cautious of any suspicious packages left on their property. “We have two cases that are very similar that have both resulted in a loss of life,” said Austin police chief Brian Manley. “Until we find who committed this act and take them into custody, it is appropriate for residents to be concerned if you…View Original Post
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