The FBI has added a new fugitive to its most wanted terrorist list.
Daniel Andreas San Diego is the first domestic terrorist to appear among the bureau's most wanted.
San Diego is an animal rights extremist and is wanted in connection with the 2003 bombings of two companies in California.
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No one was killed or injured in the bombings, but there was extensive property and economic damage.
CBN News asked the assistant director of the FBI's counterterrorism division if Tuesday's announcement marks a shift in the bureau away from focusing on international, jihadist-driven terror.
"I wouldn't say it's a shift in focus. The American public expects from the FBI to handle all threats. Whether its international terrorism or domestic terrorism," Michael Heimbach said.
"We have to maintain resources dedicated to whether it's animal rights activists, white supremacists, neo-Nazis, militia groups -- any of those particular ideologies or members or groups that are potentially trying to do harm to America we need to focus on."
The FBI believes Daniel Andreas San Diego has fled the U.S.