PFLUGERVILLE, Texas -- The body of the Austin bomber has been released to his family, an official confirmed to KVUE Tuesday.

Mark Conditt, the Pflugerville man who police said set off a string of bombs in the Austin-area in the month of March, killed himself March 21 as authorities began to close in on him.

A spokesperson with Williamson County told KVUE March 27 that a medical examiner released Conditt's body to his family.

A spokesperson for the family told KVUE's partners at the Austin American-Statesman that a decision about funeral arrangements has not yet been made. The spokesperson also told the Statesman that services will probably not be open to the public.

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