Surveillance Video from Sunset Valley Fedex Store May Have Caught Austin Bomber on Camera
Sunset Valley police blocked off the FedEx Office on Tuesday morning after a suspicious package was sent from the store.
Law enforcement hopes the surveillance video from the store and from local businesses may identify the suspected bomber.
Police asked local stores in the strip mall for surveillance video today.
Businesses near the roped off @FedEx store in Sunset Valley tell me police came by mid-morning asking for surveillance video. Most tell me their camera systems only record inside, but @mightyfinetx appears to have exterior cameras. pic.twitter.com/EcNSxb2z5O
— Erin Cargile (@erincargile) March 20, 2018
Sunset Valley police have blocked off the FedEx Office at 5601 Brodie Lane in Sunset Valley, where this morning’s package is suspected to have been shipped from. Pretty quiet scene at the moment pic.twitter.com/oYwZAfhvdb
— Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) March 20, 2018
I'm at the FedEx store off of Brodie Lane. Sunset Valley Police are here to block off area as the FBI investigates. A Lt. with the department says this is where they believe the package of today's explosion was shipped from. @cbsaustin pic.twitter.com/MgltvnfdWD
— Sarah Navoy (@SarahNavoyCBS) March 20, 2018
FOX News reported on the sixth bombing tonight in Austin.