Since a $1 million reward has been offered on information leading up to arrest of accused cop-killer Christopher Jordan Dorner, there are have been reports of suspect sightings throughout Southern California.
Investigators said they received 600 tips, but no credible leads, according to the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. A report that the armed fugitive was at a Lowe's store in Northridge Sunday was a case of mistaken identity. Other callers said he was in Pomona fueling at a gas station, or in Covina. Glendora Police received one tip from a caller who believed they saw Dorner since the reward was offered, but like all the other leads, it was cold.
Detectives now say there is "probable cause" that Dorner is in Mexico.
Still, a joint task force comprised of the FBI, the United States Marshals Service and police chiefs of Los Angeles, Riverside and Irvine released telephone numbers for anyone with information regarding the possible whereabouts of triple murder suspect Christopher Dorner.
The public is asked to call these tip lines:
The joint task force reminds the public that if you see Christopher Dorner, call 911 immediately. Do not approach him as he is considered armed and dangerous.
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