Transcript for Teen victim of deadly package bombing in Texas is identified
We have new developments here in the urgent search for a possible serial bomber in Austin, Texas. As we reported last night, three package bombs exploding, two people killed. Those packages left on doorsteps. And what we learned late today. ABC's Alex Perez in Austin. Reporter: Investigators in Austin tonight desperately chased a suspected serial bomber. We are going to follow up on every lead. Reporter: Anxiety gripping the city after three packages exploded, killing two. Everybody's on guard, everybody's real suspicious if there's any packages. Reporter: Emergency officials flooded with more than 265 calls of suspicious packages. Package near the ground, or on the ground near the mailboxes. Please advise her not to mess with it. Reporter: This is the home where the first bombing occurred back on March 2nd. Authorities tell ABC news the explosive devices were constructed with nuts, bolts and nails, generating shrapnel. And were triggered to explode when picked up. The fact that they have not only been able to build these bombings, but then travel with them and deploy them to the target locations without them exploding shows they do have a certain level of sophistication. Reporter: And tonight, the youngest victim identified. 17-year-old draylon mason, a dedicated student with a passion for music. The reward for any information leading to an arrest in this case, now up to $65,000. David? Alex Perez tonight.
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