LOS ANGELES -- During the manhunt for Christopher Dorner, a $1 million reward was offered by Los Angeles Police.
That reward, according to the AP, will soon go to three parties. Los Angeles police said the hefty reward will be split, with most of the money going to a couple who was tied up by the rogue ex-cop before his final shootout with authorities.
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Eighty percent will go to the couple, James and Karen Reynolds. Fifteen percent will belong to the man who noticed and reported Dorner's truck in the Big Bear area where authorities eventually found him.
A tow-truck driver will claim the remaining five percent. He spotted Dorner at a Corona gas station early on in the manhunt.