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Los Angeles - Feb. 10, 2013
1. SOUNDBITE: AntonioVillagerosa / Mayor, Los Angeles
Good afternoon. Today the search for Christopher Dorner continues....and let me be clear...our dedication to catching this killer remains steadfast....our confidence that we will bring him to justice is unshaken....this search...is not a matter of if....it's a matter of when....and I want Christopher Dorner to know that....To that end, we're all here for one purpose...to stand united...and say we will not tolerate a killer targeting an officer and their families...targeting innocent people in this city and this region.....yesterday, leaders from throughout the region...including businesses...and government...law enforcement...community groups...came together to pull resources and protect our core value of public safety...this group is posting a reward of one million dollars to information that will lead to mr. Dorner's capture....we will not tolerate anyone undermining the tranquility of our neighborhoods and communities....we will not tolerate this reign of terror...that will rob us of the peace of mind that the residents deserve....we will not tolerate this murderer remaining at large."
Authorities are offering a $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest of Christopher Dorner, the former Los Angeles police officer suspected in three killings who is the subject of a manhunt in Southern California.
LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced the reward at a news conference at LAPD headquarters Sunday.
Some 80 miles to the east, SWAT teams continued to scour snow-covered mountains near where the 33-year-old fugitive's charred pickup truck was discovered Thursday.
Authorities say Dorner has vowed revenge against several former LAPD colleagues whom he blames for ending his career.