I-Team obtains blast video, FBI searches for bomber
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The FBI has launched a new initiative to find a domestic terrorism suspect in two Bay Area bombings a decade ago. It's a story the ABC7 News I-Team covered intensively at the time.
It was a very active time for the extreme fringe of the animal rights movement -- many of them wound up in prison because of fires they set, raids on fur farms, and attacks on research labs. But, there's one the FBI is still looking for, 10 years later.
Daniel San Diego would be 35 years old by now. In the past 10 years, the FBI has received tips placing him in Novato, San Rafael, and Santa Cruz. He also has ties in Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Costa Rica and Bolivia.
The FBI gave the I-Team surveillance video Thursday -- they say San Diego is responsible for two blasts in 2003, at Chiron Corporation, a bio-tech firm in Emeryville, and another a month later at Shaklee Cosmetics in Pleasanton. He apparently targeted them both for their ties to a notorious animal testing lab. No one was injured in the attacks.
The FBI has created new images of what San Diego might look like now. He has tattoos on his chest and lower back, and should be considered armed and dangerous.
If you see San Diego, call 911 or the local FBI hotline at 415 553-7400.
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