Explosives Suspect Ryan Chamberlain Captured After Dramatic Manhunt
Ryan Kelly Chamberlain II, the subject of a nationwide manhunt after explosive materials were allegedly found in his San Francisco apartment, was taken into custody by the San Francisco Police Department and the FBI, an FBI spokesman said.
A law enforcement source briefed on the case told ABC News that Chamberlain was taken into custody Monday “right under the Golden Gate Bridge” after police came across a white 2008 Nissan Altima, matching the description of Chamberlain’s car.
Authorities say Chamberlain also used his ATM card as police were searching for him — an indication he wasn’t working that hard to stay under the radar.
The capture came after a day of dramatic and cinematic cat-and-mouse with the hunted man.