A massive manhunt is ongoing for a former LAPD officer and U.S. Navy reservist suspected of killing a woman and her fiance before opening fire on three police officers, killing one. Police believe 33-year-old Christopher Jordan Dorner is armed and dangerous.

Read the FULL MANIFESTO here.

UPDATE, 7:40p ET: The suspect's truck was found burning the mountains of Big Bear, CA. See the photo here.
UPDATE, 2:30p ET: Here are two new pictures of Dorner.
UPDATE, 1:30p ET: Dorner left a 20-page manifesto in which he called his reported crimes "a necessary evil that I do not enjoy but must partake and complete for substantial change to occur within the LAPD and reclaim my name."
UPDATE, 1:15p ET: LAPD Chief Charlie Beck held a press conference with the latest on the case. He confirmed that Dorner was previously employed by the LAPD and was also a member of the armed forces. Beck told reporters that Dorner is dangerous and knows what he's doing, acknowledging that "we trained him."

Watch the press conference below or by clicking right HERE.

UPDATE, 9:34a ET: Watch the latest update from reporter Dominic Di-Natale on America’s Newsroom:

Stay tuned to Fox News Channel for all of the latest updates on the manhunt.

Here's some more background on the developing story from FoxNews.com:

A multi-agency manhunt is under way in California after police say the former Los Angeles police officer suspected in the murders of a college basketball coach and her fiancé last weekend opened fire Wednesday night on three police officers, killing one, KTTV.com reported.

The suspect has been identified as Christopher Jordan Dorner, 33, and he is considered extremely dangerous, authorities say. The killings appear to be retribution for his 2009 termination from the Los Angeles Police Department, authorities say.

Details of the shooting involving the police officers remain unclear, but KTTV.com reported that one officer was killed and another is undergoing surgery. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to Fox News that two Riverside officers were shot and possibly an LAPD officer in Corona.

Read more at FoxNews.com .


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