Terror suspect could be on Big Island
(KPUA) The FBI in Honolulu says it has received credible intelligence that a man wanted for domestic terrorism may be hiding on the Big Island. Daniel Andreas San Diego is accused of bombing two buildings in California in 2003, targeting companies that used animals for product testing.
FBI agents have been canvassing Puna, putting up wanted posters and offering a $250,000 reward for his capture.
The FBI believes San Diego is extremely secretive, carries a handgun and uses prepaid cell phone cards to avoid detection. But he also has distinctive tattoos: a burning hillside in the center of his chest as well as burning and collapsed buildings on his abdomen and back.
If you have any information on his whereabouts, call the FBI in Honolulu at 808-566-4300.