Investigators say Christopher Dorner died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Dorner was the ex-cop and murder suspect who led police on a manhunt that ended in shootout and fire at a cabin in Big Bear, California.

Authorities revealed that he had been hiding in a condo just 100 feet from the command post.

Adam Housley reported that the people who owned the condo unlocked it for a repairman and that’s when Dorner slipped inside.

Police have given the public a glimpse of the weaponry he used to attack victims. 10 different types of silencers were found, including a high profile rifle that had the word “vengeance” etched on it.