VIDEO: Timeline of investigation into disappearance of Andreen McDonald

By Japhanie Gray - Reporter, Jennifer Galvan - Photojournalist

SAN ANTONIO - Law enforcement has been working nonstop since March 1, when San Antonio businesswoman and mother Andreen McDonald was reported missing by concerned friends.

KSAT has followed the investigation since -- from McDonald's husband's arrest for tampering with evidence, to Saturday, when human remains found on a North Bexar County property were identified as hers.

Although McDonald's remains have been located and her husband, Andre McDonald, charged with her murder and tampering with evidence, the Sheriff's Office says the case is not yet shut.

We've compiled a timeline of notable moments throughout the investigation leading to Saturday.

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Warrant: Daughter likely witnessed Andre McDonald burning her mom's body 

Andre McDonald charged with wife's murder, sheriff announces 

Sheriff: 'Way too early' to tell if human remains belong to Andreen McDonald 

Video shows how drone is helping the search for missing Andreen McDonald 

Husband of missing businesswoman Andreen McDonald makes court appearance 

Group continues search for Andreen McDonald 

Husband of Andreen McDonald released from BCSO custody 

Judge significantly reduces bail for Andreen McDonald's husband 

Andreen McDonald's husband asks for reduction of $2M bail 

Search continues on for Andreen McDonald at Camp Bullis

Local group prepares for new search for Andreen McDonald 

Sheriff Salazar: Medical examiner 'pretty definite' charred remains not those of Andreen McDonald 

Search group hopeful remains found in north Bexar County belong to Andreen McDonald

Reward offered for information in Andreen McDonald case 

Andreen McDonald's husband could face murder charge despite lack of body 

160+ volunteers help search for Andreen McDonald 

Andreen McDonald's mother bracing for worst 

Warrant reveals blood, hair found in bathroom of missing woman's home 

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