The FBI has released new photos of 1970 Wisconsin State Bomber, Leo Federick Burt, more than 50 years after a Vietnam War-era bombing.
On Thursday, the FBI released age-processed photographs of Leo who has thus far evaded law enforcement and was being referred to as “Wisconsin’s state ghost.”
Leo Burt was placed on the FBI’s most wanted list immediately after the 1970 bombing of Sterling Hall and he remains the last criminal sought by the FBI in connection with the extreme anti-Vietnam War activities.
The night bombing, which was the nation’s most powerful until the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, killed 33-year-old graduate student Robert Fassnacht, who was doing research.
It also injured other people and caused millions of dollars in damage.
The FBI rolled out photos of Burt who would be 75 years old now. The photo was done in conjunction with the 53rd anniversary of the bombing, which was last week, said FBI spokesperson Leonard Peace.
In his photo from 1970, Burt is wearing glasses and has a full head of dark, curly hair. In the new age-processed depiction, he is mostly bald and shown with and without glasses.