Reward offered for former LA officer
Updated: Monday, February 11 2013, 08:47 AM EST
LOS ANGELES (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The manhunt continues for a former Los Angeles police officer who gunned down three people, including an officer.
They're now offering a $1-million reward.
They say Christopher Dorner has vowed to take revenge on police after he was fired from the department in 2009.
Officers are searching several areas after Dorner's burned out truck was found near the resort town of Big Bear on Thursday.
The million dollar reward is the largest ever by the LA Police Department. They're trying to do everything they can to capture Dorner before he injures any other officers or their families.
"There are over fifty LAPD families that have not only security but surveillance in and around their neighborhoods. These 50 LAPD families are targets of Dorner's, and are likely, likely victims," said one officer.
Police searched the area around a Lowe's store in Northridge Sunday night after someone thought they spotted Dorner there.
They're also now checking cars heading into Mexico.