AUSTIN, Texas -- After three weeks of deadly bomb blast placing Austin under a blanket of fear, the suspect killed himself as officers moved in.
Here is a timeline of when these terrifying events occurred:
Friday, March 2
Anthony Stephan House found a package that was left overnight on his doorstep. The package detonated, causing serious injuries. He was hospitalized and later died.
Monday, March 12
A package found outside an Austin home exploded when it was brought inside. A 17-year-old boy was killed and a 40-year-old woman was badly wounded but expected to live.
A similar package exploded at a residence across town, injuring a 75-year-old woman.
Sunday, March 18
Austin police responded to a reported explosion on Dawn Song Drive. Two men in their 20s were taken to a hospital with serous injuries.
Residents are advised to stay inside their homes while police comb the area.
Monday, March 19
"Do not touch any packages or anything that looks like a package. Do not even go near it," Austin Police Chief Brian Manley cautioned residents.
Tuesday, March 20
A package exploded while on a conveyor belt at a FedEx facility in Schertz, Texas, near San Antonio. One worker suffered ringing in her ears from the blast.
A suspicious package was reported at a FedEx facility in Austin. It happened near Austin's airport.
Wednesday, March 21
Police located the suspect in a motel parking lot in Round Rock. As officers approached, they saw the 24-year-old man detonated a bomb in his vehicle. He died following the blast.
AUSTIN BOMBINGS TIMELINE: 5 explosions in 18 days before suspect blew himself up