Communities across the country with ties to former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner -- suspected of killing three people and injuring two -- were on alert Friday as the search continued for the fugitive.
Officials in Pensacola, Fla., and Enid, Okla., confirmed they were aware that their cities were listed in an online manifesto as places where Dorner had resided. Authorities say the manifesto was posted to a Facebook page they believe belongs to Dorner.
Capt. Jack Morris, a spokesman for the Enid Police Department, said his office received a warning stating Dorner was wanted and giving a description of him.
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