Where is Viktor Yanukovich?
Ukraine's Interior Minister Arsen Avakhov outlines the ousted leader's whereabouts on his Facebook page.
Yanukovich likened opposition protesters to Nazis in a videotaped interview in the city of Kharkiv, 400 kilometres east of the capital Kiev.
From Kharkiv, Yanukovich, his chief of staff and security guards flew by helicopter to the airport in his hometown of Donetsk.
From Donetsk, Yanukovich and his contingent transferred to two Falcon business jets, but border guards prevented him from leaving.
Yanukovich spent a few hours in a state residence and then left about 10pm local time in a convoy of automobiles, according to Ukraine's Interior Minister Arsen Avakhov.
After driving through the night, the cortege on Sunday reached the Crimean peninsula, some 400 kilometres southwest of Donetsk.
Instead of using a state residence in the area, the motorcade stopped at a private sanatorium.
There, Yanukovich learned that the parliament, which he once controlled with a firm majority, had granted presidential powers to the new speaker.
The group left for the military airport in the city of Sevastopol, but learned that Avakhov and the new head of the national security service were there and turned back, according to a police account.
Yanukovich and his entourage then went to a private residence in the town of Balaclava, arriving just before midnight, Avakhov said.
Finding that only a few of his guards were still loyal, Yanukovich scrawled a note relinquishing them.
Avakhov then wrote that Yanukovich, his chief of staff and the remaining loyal guards got into three cars and "left in an unknown direction".