(CNN)As the FBI and US law enforcement agencies turn to catching the serial mailbomber, or mailbombers, terrorizing those who have been labeled by President Donald Trump as political enemies, it's interesting to follow in their steps and examine what we know about the now 12 packages that have been intercepted.
Here's everything we know after studying the mail bomb packages
All those we have seen were all in manila envelopes, for instance, with the same return address. They all had six forever stamps, which was enough to get some to mail sorting facilities, but another needed more postage. They all had the same return address, with a misspelled name for Debbie Wasserman "Shultz," not Schultz, a Democratic congresswoman from Florida who is the former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee. Florida was misspelled as "Florids."
There are images of six of the packages, one of which was shared by both DC Police and the FBI on social media.
CNN reported Thursday that multiple law enforcement sources said all the packages went through the US mail system and authorities believe several of the packages went through the Opa-locka, Florida, processing and distribution center, according to two law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation.
The lack of a postmark on most of the packages complicates all of this and could suggest the packages came from multiple places. It does appear there is some kind of postmark on the package directed to President Barack Obama.
Sent to a home: Five (George Soros, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Biden, Barack Obama)
Sent to an office: Four (John Brennan at CNN, Robert De Niro, Maxine Waters, Maxine Waters)
Not known where it was sent: One (Eric Holder which ended up at Wasserman Schultz's office)
Delivered: Three (Soros, Brennan at CNN, De Niro)
Intercepted at postal facility: Six (Waters, Waters, Biden, Biden, Clinton, Obama)
Returned to sender: One (Holder at Wasserman Schultz office)
Six forever stamps was enough to get the De Niro package delivered, if it was delivered by the postal service. And it was enough to get a number of other packages to a sorting facility. But in the case of one of the Biden packages, it was not enough. There is a note attached to the Biden package with a 375 over a 300 and a 75 underneath. Those numbers are next to words that appear to say "postage due."
A forever stamp is worth 50 cents. A first class large envelope is $1 for the first ounce and 21 cents for each additional ounce. That means the forever stamps on each envelope are worth $3.00, perhaps the "300" on the Biden package note. The USPS online shipping calculator suggests the package weighed 7 oz, $3.75, if charged as a large envelope or package, or 13 oz, $3.52 if charged as a letter.
Here's what we know about each package in the order in which the packages were reported.
First reports: Afternoon of October 23
The Soros package was destroyed by a bomb squad near his home. This is one of two packages to reach its destination. CNN has reported it is believed to have been placed in the mailbox.
There is an image of the Soros package, which shows his name and the rest of the address blurred.
DC Police shared an image of the package with all but the name of "Wasserman Shultz (sic)" blurred. The FBI also shared an image of a package on social media, photographed on grass, with all information blurred. This appears to be the Soros package because the tears on the envelope match exactly.
First reports: "Late" on October 23
The Secret Service reported the existence of this package to the public on October 24 at the same time as a package later discovered addressed to Obama. Clinton's home is in Chappaqua, but the Secret Service release simply said it was addressed to her in broader Westchester County, New York. The known image of the package shows that Clinton's first name is misspelled as "Hilary."
First reports: "Early" in the morning on October 24
The Secret Service statement about the Clinton and Obama packages was the first word that a serial mail bomber was on the loose. The former President's first name is misspelled "Barrack." Neither the Obama or Clinton packages made it to their destination, but the Secret Service said they were "intercepted during routine mail screening procedures." That suggests they were mailed. The Obama package is the only one that appears to have postal service markings on it.