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Law enforcement officials search Hawaii island for FBI 'most wanted' fugitive

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Daniel Andreas San Diego, 36, is an alleged terrorist fugitive on the FBI Most Wanted Terrorist list. Traced leads have led authorities to Hawaii's Big Island, where Andreas San Diego is believed to be hiding.

On March 11, Maui News Now reported, "credible intelligence” indicating that an alleged terrorist fugitive, Daniel Andreas San Diego, may be hiding on the Big Island of Hawaii.

In a joint effort between San Francisco, and Honolulu, FBI agencies, a warning was issued to alert the residents and visitors, of the possibility that Andreas San Diego may be ​​present on the island.

According to Andreas San Diego's FBI profile, he is wanted for his alleged involvement in the bombing of two office buildings in the San Francisco area of California on Aug. 28, 2003, by ​maliciously damaging and destroying, and attempting to destroy and damage, by means of explosives, buildings and other property; possession of a destructive device during, in relation to, and in furtherance of a Crime of Violence.

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $250,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of Daniel Andreas San Diego.

Honolulu FBI Special Agent Tom Simon, ​told Maui News Now, ​“We hope that people on the Big Island may like the idea of a quarter million dollars more than they like having an accused bomber hiding in their community,” said Simon.

​​He continued, “It’s important to recognize that this guy is considered armed and dangerous.​"​

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