SPECIAL REPORT

MANHUNT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FOR EX-NAVY
LIEUTENANT AND FORMER LAPD COP - WANTED IN
MURDER OF RIVERSIDE POLICEMAN - "ARMED AND
DANGEROUS" - 270-LB CHRISTOPHER DORNER
HAS ARSENAL, INCLUDING ASSAULT RIFLES AND
OTHER WEAPONS - SUSPECT "FILLED WITH RAGE"

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His Facebook pictures show him as a smiling Navy lieutenant, proudly posing beside an American flag. The Naval Reserve officer also served as a cop in the Los Angeles Police Dept. until he was kicked out in 2008.

Now, the hulking, 270-pound former college football player is the object of a massive manhunt throughout southern California.

Christopher Hordan Dorner is being sought in the shooting death of a Riverside, Calif. police officer and is a suspect in the slaying of at least one other person.

The 33 year-old is said to be armed and "very dangerous" by a spokesperson with the LAPD.

TORCHED HIS TRUCK AND FLED ON FOOT

A full alert has been sounded for the suspect in all the counties from Los Angeles to San Diego. The ex-Navy officer is said to have assault rifles and plenty of ammo.

The California man's 2005 blue Nissan Titan pickup truck was discovered a burned-out hulk on Feb. 7 at the base of Bear Mountain Ski Resort. There was no sign of Dorner, who police think has fled on foot.

All citizens are urged to avoid contact with the alleged cop killer and immediately notify police and the FBI if you spot him.