Police: Remains May Be Dorner’s

    Fired Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officer Christopher Dorner is seen in an undated photo displayed at a press conference by Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck (not in photo) regarding the manhunt for Dorner, at LADP headquarters in Los Angeles February 7, 2013. Los Angeles police launched a full-scale manhunt for Dorner, a dismissed officer believed to have killed three people including another cop. Christopher Jordan Dorner had posted a chilling online warning about "terminating" the life of a collegue he blamed for his dismissal, and threatening other police and their families. AFP PHOTOS / ROBYN BECK        (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)


    San Bernardino, California, police said early Wednesday that they are working to confirm the identity of the remains found in the burned-out cabin where fugitive Richard Dorner was believed to be holed up. Dorner, a former Los Angeles cop, had terrorized Southern California for the past week since he went missing after killing an engaged couple and a police officer. On Tuesday, two maids in the Big Bear area stumbled across a man resembling Dorner, and he then allegedly tied them up, took a car from the residence, and attempted to flee. Police recognized him, leading to a shootout and resulting in the death of one officer and wounding of another. The fugitive stayed in the cabin, and it went up in flames as officers surrounded it.

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