The head of the FBI Office in Boston just wrapped up a news conference, asking the public to provide tips if they've seen Daniel Andreas San Diego. The animal rights activist has been on the run since 2003, when he was sought for the bombings of Chiron Corportation, a biomedical research firm in Emeryville, and Shaklee Cosmetics in Pleasanton. Both companies had done business with Huntington Life Sciences, a contractor that performs animal research.
The FBI calls a recent tip about a San Diego sighting in Massachusetts "substantive and promising". The tip came into the San Francisco FBI office after America's Most Wanted once again featured San Diego on the show.
Daniel Andreas San Diego is the only domestic terrorist suspect on the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted Terrorists list. He grew up in the Bay area. His father was city manager of Belvedere. He worked at Mill Valley's In Defense of Animals. He's now 33 years old.
The FBI described his distinctive tattoos and warned that they may have been covered over with new tattoos. One is a circle on his chest with burning hillsides and plains, and the words, "It only takes a spark."
You can see the FBI Wanted posted here.