Hawaii terror suspect manhunt underway for top domestic terrorist. Daniel Andreas San Diego, 36, is accused of exploding two pipe bombs at San Francisco area companies. According to Time on Mar. 12, he is thought to be in a remote part of the state.
The FBI office in San Francisco said the agency received 'credible intelligence' that Daniel Andreas San Diego might be on the state’s Big Island.
Hawaii terror suspect is an animal rights activist. He is being searched for in the remote eastern part of the island. The towns of Puna and Pahoa are being closely scrutinized in the agent's investigation. Agents visited Pahoa eighteen months ago and returned again on Monday looking for San Diego.
The Hawaii terror suspect is at the very top of the FBI's Most Wanted List. A reward of $250,000 is being offered for any information that leads to his arrest. San Diego originally disappeared in 2003 while under surveillance in San Francisco.
The terror suspect was raised in wealthy Marin County, just north of San Francisco. He is accused of setting off two bombs at Chiron Corp. in 2003 and another at Shaklee Corp. San Diego is a vegan with strange tattoo markings on his body. He is also adept with computers and sailing.
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