Coverage of a series of shooting deaths involving a fired LAPD officer's revenge plot

Dorner by the Numbers

Four people have died as the result of fired LAPD officer Christopher Dorner's alleged killing spree. Tuesday afternoon, Dorner was holed up in a burning cabin in the woods near Big Bear Lake

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    At least two officers were wounded in a shootout with a suspect believed to possibly be Dorner.

    Fugitive ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner, whose alleged murder spree began with the shooting death of the daughter of a police union lawyer who defended him in an internal investigation, re-surfaced Tuesday in a stolen white pickup truck in the San Bernardino Mountains.

    As the manhunt appeared to reach a crisis point - with two law enforcement officers dead and flames leaping from a cabin where Dorner had holed up in the woods - we take a look at the numbers in the case so far.

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    11: Days that have passed since the manhunt for Dorner began, starting with a shooting of Monica Quan and Keith Lawrence in Irvine on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2, and ending Tuesday, as he was barricaded in a cabin in the mountains.

    4: People police believe to have been killed by Dorner, including a San Bernardino sheriff's deputy who perished after a gunfight on Tuesday, and Michael Crain, a Riverside police officer shot at a traffic stop.

    2: Officers believed to have been injured by Dorner, as of Tuesday.

    11,400: Number of words in a manifesto that Dorner published on line, threatening LAPD officers and their families, and alleging racism, brutality and corruption.

    6,794: Number of Facebook fans who had pledged support for Dorner by “liking” and commenting on his page by Feb. 12. One said Dorner was “A MAN WITH MORALS AND A HERO."

    250: Number of tips phoned in to the LAPD before a reward was posted for Dorner's capture.

    1045: Number of tips that came pouring in after a $1 million reward was offered on Feb. 10.

    200,000: Extra dollars added to the reward money Feb. 12 by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the Los Angeles City Council.

    85,000,000: Dollars estimated by the website LA Observed to have been spent for overtime for LAPD officers even before the manhunt intensified on Tuesday.

    500: Number of rounds exchanged between officials and a man believed to be Dorner on Tuesday.