SPRINGFIELD (AP) — The FBI says an animal rights activist wanted in the 2003 bombings at two corporate offices in northern California may be in western Massachusetts.

The FBI said Wednesday it had a tip from the television show “America’s Most Wanted” that 33-year-old Daniel Andreas San Diego may be in the Northampton area.

Andreas is one of 31 people on the agency’s Most Wanted Terrorists list, and there is a $250,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.

WBZ-TV’s Jim Armstrong reports

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Bernice Corpuz reports

The agents said they are seeking the public’s help at the request of the FBI in San Francisco.

The computer specialist from Berkeley, Calif., is accused in the bombings at biotechnology firm Chiron Corp. in Emeryville and nutrition and cosmetics company Shaklee Corp. in Pleasanton.

No one was injured.

Copyright 2011 The Associated Press.

Comments (2)
  1. recalldeval says:

    With 200,000 drug dealing illegal immigrant invaders in this state, YOU are worried about some guy that loves animals ?

  2. ItsJustTheater says:

    The FBI loves to put on a big show… that doesn’t mean there’s any substance to it. “The FBI seeks the help of the public…” Yeah, right… What the FBI is doing is using smoke and mirrors to further their interests, which is to have the public believe animal rights activists and animal liberation abolitionists are criminals. Did you know that the reward money does not even have to be paid if the informant isn’t needed to testify and he or she will probably will never see a cent. Anyone out there planning on snitching on this fugitive or anyone else the government is accusing of attacking the property of corporate and animal enterprise terrorists should realize the reward money is far from guaranteed. On the other hand, snitching will ensure your notoriety and your name and personal information will be forever broadcast in public.

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