An alleged "domestic terrorist" from Marin County who has been a fugitive for more than a decade will be featured on electronic billboards in seven states, the FBI announced Friday.

Daniel Andreas San Diego, a San Rafael native whose father was Belvedere's city manager, will appear on the billboards throughout California, as well as in Massachusetts, Oregon, Nevada, Florida and border spots in New York and Washington state.

The campaign, part of the FBI's National Digital Billboard Initiative, ramps up the government's efforts to find San Diego. An ardent animal rights activist, San Diego is accused of setting off bombs at two East Bay corporations that were linked to a company that performed research experiments on animals.

In August 2003, two bombs exploded about an hour apart at the Chiron biotechnology corporation in Emeryville. A month later, a bomb strapped with nails exploded at Shaklee, a Pleasanton company that makes weight loss products and cosmetics.

No one was injured at either company.

Federal authorities issued a warrant for San Diego in October 2003. He was added to the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorist List in 2009.

The FBI is offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to San Diego's arrest and prosecution.

San Diego, a 1996 graduate of Terra Linda High School, is 6 feet tall and about 160 pounds. He has training in computers and might be making money by doing computer work or offering English translation. He also has sailing skills and has been known to possess a gun. He turned 36 on Feb. 9.

At the time of his flight, he had several tattoos -- including a leafless tree rising from a road on his lower back; burning buildings on the sides of his abdomen and back; and a round image of burning hillsides on his chest over the phrase "It only takes a spark" -- but he might have had them altered or removed, the FBI said.

The bureau said it has received numerous tips alleging that San Diego has been in San Rafael, Novato, Santa Cruz and Northampton, Mass. He also has ties to Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Costa Rica and Bolivia.

Tipsters can place confidential information at tips.fbi.gov or by calling 800-CALL-FBI.

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