Animal rights activist wanted in California bombings may be in Hawaii: FBI

U.S. authorities in pursuit of a fugitive animal rights activist suspected in a pair of California bombings over a decade ago have focused their hunt on Hawaii’s big island following a lead he may be there, an FBI spokesman said on Wednesday. The fugitive, Daniel Andreas San Diego, is a suspect in connection with a bomb blast at a biotechnology firm near Oakland in August 2003. San Diego, 36, was also suspected of involvement in a nail-filled bomb blast at a nutritional products company in the San Francisco-area suburb of Pleasanton the following month. “He may or may not actually be on Hawaii Island, but we are taking this lead seriously out of genuine concern for local residents.” said Special Agent Tom Simon, spokesman for the FBI’s Honolulu office, referring to the island’s official name.

March 13, 2014 1:15 am

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