Human remains found in a burnt-out mountain cabin in California have been confirmed as those of alleged cop-killer Christopher Dorner, the local sheriff and coroner's office said.
A California Highway Patrol officer guards a roadblock in the early hours on February 13, 2013, on Highway 38 near the Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains near the location where suspected cop killer Christopher Dorner was killed earlier in a shoot-out at a cabin.
The 33-year-old was cornered Tuesday after a six-day manhunt in the cabin near the Big Bear ski resort, two hours east of Los Angeles. Authorities in San Bernardino County used dental records to positively identify his remains.
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