(Image Source: Los Angeles Police Department)

BY CHRISTIAN BRYANT

Los Angeles city officials hope that where manhunt efforts have failed, thus far, a seven-figure incentive will succeed in bringing a suspected killer to justice.

A $1-million reward has been offered for information leading to the capture of ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner. Since last week, Dorner has been on a one-man crusade to take revenge on LAPD officers and their families, already killing three people.
[via NBC News]

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said this at a press conference Sunday: “Everyday Dorner is loose, the likelihood of an attack on either a uniform police officer or a family of an officer is likely.”
[via CBS News]

Beck commented that the $1-million bounty might be the largest local reward offered. Sources say the money was contributed by 29 donors and was raised within 24 hours.
[The Los Angeles Times]

Along with the bounty came an issuance of a tactical alert as search efforts for Dorner have been scaled back. Authorities searched the Big Bear area of San Bernadino County, California this weekend, but came up empty-handed.

According to USA Today, protective teams are guarding more than 50 families believed to be targets of Dorner because of ties to law enforcement, including many named in Dorner's online ‘manifesto’ vowing revenge for his own derailed career.”

This comes as citizens in the Northridge area of Los Angeles claim to have spotted a man who matches the description of Dorner at a nearby Lowes.
[via KCBS]

But in another twist, the Los Angeles Police Department said they will reopen the investigation into Dorner’s firing. According to ABC News, Beck said this isn’t to “appease” Dorner, but to publicly address Dorner's allegations regarding his termination of employment.”

Sources say thousands of heavily armed police remained on the lookout throughout California, Nevada, Arizona and northern Mexico for Dorner.

$1-Million Bounty Offered For Ex-LAPD Officer

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Feb 10, 2013

$1-Million Bounty Offered For Ex-LAPD Officer

(Image Source: Los Angeles Police Department)

BY CHRISTIAN BRYANT

Los Angeles city officials hope that where manhunt efforts have failed, thus far, a seven-figure incentive will succeed in bringing a suspected killer to justice.

A $1-million reward has been offered for information leading to the capture of ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner. Since last week, Dorner has been on a one-man crusade to take revenge on LAPD officers and their families, already killing three people.
[via NBC News]

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said this at a press conference Sunday: “Everyday Dorner is loose, the likelihood of an attack on either a uniform police officer or a family of an officer is likely.”
[via CBS News]

Beck commented that the $1-million bounty might be the largest local reward offered. Sources say the money was contributed by 29 donors and was raised within 24 hours.
[The Los Angeles Times]

Along with the bounty came an issuance of a tactical alert as search efforts for Dorner have been scaled back. Authorities searched the Big Bear area of San Bernadino County, California this weekend, but came up empty-handed.

According to USA Today, protective teams are guarding more than 50 families believed to be targets of Dorner because of ties to law enforcement, including many named in Dorner's online ‘manifesto’ vowing revenge for his own derailed career.”

This comes as citizens in the Northridge area of Los Angeles claim to have spotted a man who matches the description of Dorner at a nearby Lowes.
[via KCBS]

But in another twist, the Los Angeles Police Department said they will reopen the investigation into Dorner’s firing. According to ABC News, Beck said this isn’t to “appease” Dorner, but to publicly address Dorner's allegations regarding his termination of employment.”

Sources say thousands of heavily armed police remained on the lookout throughout California, Nevada, Arizona and northern Mexico for Dorner.

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