Protecting a former cop's alleged targets
IRVINE, Calif. - Small towns in Southern California remain on edge as helicopters and police cars continue their search for Christopher Dorner, a former police officer suspected of killing three people.
Authorities believe Dorner is out to get those he feels are responsible for his getting kicked off the Los Angeles Police Department several years ago.
Police have been protecting people they say Dorner may be targeting.
The search since Thursday evening had focused on mountains 80 miles east of Los Angeles where Dorner's burned truck was found. But authorities have found no recent signs of Dorner.
LA officials announced a $1 million reward earlier Sunday for information leading to Dorner's arrest.
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