Bombing suspect stole truck, food supply; search intensifies

ANDREWS, N.C. (AP) — The manhunt intensified again Tuesday for abortion clinic bombing suspect Eric Rudolph after authorities said he stole a truck and a six-month supply of food last week.
Rudolph, on the run nearly six months following the Alabama bombing was seen Thursday by the man he robbed, officials said. He disappeared after ditching the truck at a campground that leads into the 5,000-foot mountains and areas honeycombed with caves, according to authorities.
Rudolph, a 31-year-old outdoorsman and carpenter, is charged in the Jan. 29 bombing of the New Woman All Women clinic, which killed an off-duty police officer and seriously wounded a nurse in Birmingham, Ala. Rudolph is also wanted for questioning in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Park bombing.