Former LAPD police fugitive urged to surrender


Los Angeles police has urged a fugitive former policeman suspected of three murders to surrender, saying "enough is enough".

US police are surrounding a mountain cabin where a former Los Angeles policeman accused of three murders is thought to be hiding after a shoot-out.

At least two officers were wounded in an exchange of fire with a gunman believed to be Christopher Dorner.

A spokesman for LAPD, Commander Andrew Smith, said officers are working to apprehend the suspect and take him into custody without further bloodshed.

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