Where is Dorner? (Video) Police Search for Ex LAPD Turned Cop Killer
Where is Christopher Dorner?
Police are desperately searching for the Ex Los Angeles Police Department officer who has already killed one policeman, wounded another and murdered a former LAPD Captain's daughter and her fiance.
He has promised to kill more and has possibly been sighted in San Diego and his truck was spotted in Big Bear, abandoned on the side of the road engulfed in flames.
Big Bear is a mountain community outside of Los Angeles.
According to the LA Times, authorities searched on foot and in armored vehicles through heavy snow in the mountains east of Los Angeles without finding any further sign of the former cop who went on a self-confessed revenge killing spree.
Police are also trying to determine whether Dorner left his burning car on the side of Big Bear Mountain and earlier dropped his badge in San Diego as diversionary tactics to distract police, the report adds.
USA Today reports, "Police chiefs in Irvine and Los Angeles said Dorner wrote and posted online a profanity-laced 11-page note addressed to "America."
In it, he laid out his grievances against the LAPD and various officers he claims wronged him, ruined his law enforcement career and ultimately destroyed his reputation. He says he'll stop the killing when the LAPD publicly proclaims his innocence and restores his reputation."
"I will utilize every bit of small arms training, demolition, ordnance and survival training I've been given," the manifesto read. "You have misjudged a sleeping giant."
In the manifesto Dorner published online, he threatened at least 12 people by name, along with their families.
"Your lack of ethics and conspiring to wrong a just individual are over. Suppressing the truth will lead to deadly consequences for you and your family," Dorner wrote.
Where is he?
Police are baffled right now.
ABC News reports the "last clue to Dorner's possible whereabouts was when cops found his burning car on hillside of Big Bear Mountain Thursday, but the trail of footsteps in the snow quickly went cold."
"We followed the tracks around through the forest. We haven't found any new information to suggest that the tracks are going to any specific area. They did lead around in that wooded area where the truck was found, and we continued to follow them until we lost them where the ground got frozen," Sheriff John McMahon of the San Bernadino County Sheriff's Department said.
Dozens of law enforcement officers searched Dorner's home in La Palma, Calif., for clues to his whereabouts today as well.
Watch a video below.
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