A 42-year-old San Francisco man accused of having explosive materials at his home was apprehended Monday, two days after the FBI launched a nationwide manhunt.
Ryan Kelly Chamberlain II was taken into custody in Crissy Field near the Golden Gate Bridge, a U.S. law enforcement official told CNN on Monday.
He was last seen Saturday south of San Francisco, according to an earlier news release from the FBI.
Chamberlain worked as a social media and marketing consultant, according to his website.
His online resume also indicated he was involved in politics.
The FBI warned he should be considered armed and dangerous.
It was not clear why agents went to his home initially.
Anyone with information on Chamberlain was urged to contact their nearest FBI office.
Tips could also be submitted at tips.fbi.gov.