West Midlands Police have released images of Pavlo Lapshyn preparing for and carrying out attacks in Birmingham, Tipton and Walsall.
Police released CCTV after the murder of Mohammed Saleem on 29 April. This shows Lapshyn running away from the scene after killing Mr Saleem.
Ukrainian Pavlo Lapshyn then plotted to carry out a series of attacks on mosques across the West Midlands.
The first was in Walsall. This image shows Lapshyn on board a bus from Birmingham headed to Walsall.
Lapshyn is then captured on CCTV heading towards the mosque in Walsall with a bomb. The device itself was placed inside a children's lunchbox.
Lapshyn placed the bomb in a lunchbox before he planted it near the mosque in Walsall.
This image shows the remains of the explosive device found after it detonated near a mosque in Walsall.
After planting a bomb by the mosque in Walsall, Lapshyn is caught on CCTV buying a bottle of wine.
Days prior to the attack in Walsall, Lapshyn is seen on CCTV carrying out a reconnaissance mission.
Lapshyn's most dangerous bomb was the one planted in Tipton, which contained nails.
During searches of his accommodation, police found chemicals.
Lapshyn used mobile phones as timing devices. These were found by police officers when searches were carried out on his accommodation.