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Little remains on Feb. 13, 2013, of the Big Bear cabin where fugitive Christopher Dorner is believed to have died in a shootout with authorities and subsequent fire the day before. (John Valenzuela/Staff Photographer)
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Though authorities in San Bernardino County said the manhunt for fired LAPD officer Christopher Dorner is over, Los Angeles police Thursday morning say they're still receiving tips and plan to keep investigating the case.
Los Angeles police Officer Sara Faden said the teams protecting threatened officers and their families have been scaled down, and the number of investigators assigned to the case has diminished.
She said some officers are still being protected until San Bernardino County coroner's officials confirm that the remains found Tuesday are Dorner's.
But information is still coming in about what led to Tuesday's deadly gun battle in the San Bernardino Mountains. Catch up: Christopher Dorner coverage
"Certainly, they are still receiving follow-ups of what led to the incident," Faden said. "The tips are not only (regarding) his location, but to provide information for what may have led to this - some of his activities that led up to the particular incident."
Faden did not know the fate of the $1.2 million reward offered for Dorner's capture, because she says the decision is being handled by the Mayor's office.
San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon identified the deputy killed in the Seven Oaks shootout as 35-year-old Jeremiah MacKay, a 15-year veteran with the department. Sheriff's Deputy Alexander Collins, with the department five years, suffered serious injuries in the shooting.
Both deputies were shot after responding to a call at Club View Drive about a man who stole a vehicle Tuesday afternoon. The suspect later barricaded himself inside a cabin. The structure eventually caught on fire and burned to the ground.
He did not confirm whether the charred remains found inside the cabin were Dorner's, because forensic testing still needs to be conducted.
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