Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close

Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
An Austin police officer talks with a woman at a barrier near the site of Sunday's explosion, Monday, March 19, 2018, in Austin, Texas. Multiple people were injured in the explosion Sunday night, and police warned nearby residents to remain indoors overnight as investigators looked for possible links to other package bombings elsewhere in the city this month. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
Investigators on Monday March 19, 2018, work at the scene of a bomb explosion on Dawn Song Drive in Austin, Texas, that seriously injured two men Sunday. Two people have now been killed and four wounded in bombings over a span of less than three weeks. ( Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
An Austin police officer raises a barrier near the site of Sunday's explosion, Monday, March 19, 2018, in Austin, Texas. Multiple people were injured in the explosion Sunday night, and police warned nearby residents to remain indoors overnight as investigators looked for possible links to other package bombings elsewhere in the city this month. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
Federal investigators work near the site of Sunday's explosion, Monday, March 19, 2018, in Austin, Texas. Multiple people were injured in the explosion Sunday night, and police warned nearby residents to remain indoors overnight as investigators looked for possible links to other package bombings elsewhere in the city this month. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
Authorities work the scene in Austin, Texas, Monday, March 19, 2018 on Eagle Feather Drive, near where the bomb exploded. The photo was taken three houses from the intersection of Dawn Song and Eagle Feather, where the bomb exploded. Two people have now been killed and four wounded in bombings over a span of less than three weeks. (Kimberly K. Smith via AP)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
Authorities work the scene in Austin, Texas, Monday, March 19, 2018, on Republic of Texas Blvd., two houses down from where the bomb exploded Sunday evening. The photo was taken two houses from the intersection of Dawn Song and Eagle Feather, where the bomb exploded. (Caroline Smith via AP)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
Investigators on Monday March 19, 2018, work at the scene of a bomb explosion on Dawn Song Drive in Austin, Texas, that seriously injured two men Sunday. Two people have now been killed and four wounded in bombings over a span of less than three weeks. ( Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
An agent the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives works with his dog near the site of Sunday's explosion, Monday, March 19, 2018, in Austin, Texas. Fear escalated across Austin on Monday after the fourth bombing this month — this time, a blast that was triggered by a tripwire and demonstrated what police said was a "higher level of sophistication" than the package bombs used in the previous attacks. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
A police crime scene van arrives near the site of Sunday's explosion, Monday, March 19, 2018, in Austin, Texas. Police warned nearby residents to remain indoors overnight as investigators looked for possible links to other deadly package bombings elsewhere in the city this month. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
Officials work near the site of Sunday's explosion, Monday, March 19, 2018, in Austin, Texas. Police warned nearby residents to remain indoors overnight as investigators looked for possible links to other deadly package bombings elsewhere in the city this month. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Austin carnage now random; an arrest doesn't appear close
Interim Austin police chief Brian Manley, left, talks with FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs, right, near the site of Sunday's explosion, Monday, March 19, 2018, in Austin, Texas. Fear escalated across Austin on Monday after the fourth bombing this month — this time, a blast that was triggered by a tripwire and demonstrated what police said was a "higher level of sophistication" than the package bombs used in the previous attacks. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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