Manhunt focuses on large snowy mountains north of Los Angeles after Bear car found burned near Dorner
A desperate search for a rogue ex-cop suspected of killing three in a murderous revenge against LAPD resumed Saturday morning in a remote mountainous area, which is believed to be hiding.
Hundreds of heavily armed police are trying to trace Christopher Dorner through the snowy mountains of Big Bear, north of Los Angeles, after a vehicle belonging to the suspect was found abandoned and burned near.
that Hunt was accompanied by the deployment of thousands of police in southern California on a quest another time, frantic and panic that has already seen the police opened fire in two separate incidents against innocent people .
Dorner, 33, has declared war on the security forces and their families in a manifesto published online complaining about his dismissal, 2008, the Los Angeles Police Department. However, the police have admitted that fear could escape their raid as snow and bad weather made him find around Big Bear difficult.Weather
did not land Dorner search for helicopters at night and instead equipped with infrared technology have been deployed. But officers on foot were ready to start combing the terrain again on the morning of Saturday, the use of dogs and backed by armored vehicles equipped with personal transport chains.Recognition
Dorner surprised many Californians and captured the world's attention. In a city known as the home of the crisis of Hollywood action movies of the real world has felt a bit like a conspiracy surrealist film last blockbuster.
"He knows what he's doing - that formed," said Charlie Beck, Chief of Police of Los Angeles, at a press conference last week. Dorner, who issued a lengthy statement hiking on Facebook, is accused of killing three people and wounding two others in "unconventional warfare and asymmetric" self-declared against his former comrades. Terrified week police anti- riot in San Diego to Los Angeles after his manifesto tried to explain his actions and a detailed list of 40 successful people.attended Southern Utah University from 1997 to 2000, he earned a degree in political science and a minor in psychology. He played running back for the football team. Dorner joined the Navy in 2002, serving in San Diego and Nevada and Bahrain, where he was awarded the Iraqi Campaign Medal and the National Defense function, war against global terrorism Service Medal and other medals for shooting.