Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Police Chief Charlie Beck announced today that officials have yet to decide if anyone will receive the $1 million reward offered for the capture of murder suspect Christopher Jordan Dorner.

Dorner is dead after a Tuesday firefight with law enforcement officers. Dorner barricaded himself inside a cabin in the Angelus Oaks area of the San Bernardino Mountains while on the run from law enforcement. The cabin caught fire after SWAT deputies fired pyrotechnic tear gas canisters into the building after taking fire from the cabin. A single gunshot was heard from inside the building after the fire ignited.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department announced today Dorner's death has been confirmed by forensic dental examination.

Dorner was hiding inside a Big Bear Lake condominium Tuesday when he tied up Karen and Jim Reynolds and stole their vehicle. The stolen vehicle report led law enforcement's final pursuit of Dorner.

"Now that the search for Christopher Dorner appears to have concluded, we are addressing the issue of the $1 million reward," Villaraigosa and Beck said in a joint statement. "More than 20 jurisdictions and entities are involved in this reward, so all of them will be coming together to collectively determine whether any individual or individuals qualify for it. Our personal hope is that the reward will be distributed, but we must follow the rules and respect the procedures of each entity."

Dorner is believed to have killed San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department deputy Jeremiah MacKay on Tuesday. He is also suspected of wounding Deputy Alex Collins the same day.

At the time of the pursuit, he was wanted on suspicion of the murders of Riverside Police officer Michael Crain and Irvine couple Monica Quan and Keith Lawrence.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.