With “body in burned cabin” now trending on several search engines, the CS Monitor reported this Wednesday, Feb. 13, that the Christopher Dorner manhunt has likely come to an end this week after the burnt body of a man was found in a mountain cabin that caught fire.
The massive manhunt for an ex-Los Angeles police officer who is believed to have committed three murders came to a head this Tuesday in a mountain cabin. Police believe that Dorner barricaded himself in the cabin, was involved in a shootout that resulted in the death of a local deputy, and then set the cabin on fire, still locked inside.
A gunshot was reportedly heard from inside the cabin before it caught flame, leaving only the charred remains of a body afterwards. It is suspected Dorner may have killed himself before setting the cabin ablaze. If the man indeed is Christopher Dorner, as police believe, the search for the number one most wanted man in the U.S. will end in fire and death following the heated pursuit.
The officials waited for the fire to burn out before finding the body in the burned cabin. Christopher Dorner formerly served in the Navy, and left his time in service on Feb. 1.