LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A badge and identification belonging to a former Los Angeles police officer suspected in a killing spree have been found in San Diego.
San Diego police Sgt. Ray Battrick says Christopher Dorner's LAPD badge and ID were found by a citizen near the city's airport.
Battrick says the items were turned in to police at 2:27 a.m. Thursday but he does not know when they were found.
A massive manhunt is under way across Southern California for Dorner. He's suspected of killing a couple in Orange County on Sunday and two shootings early Thursday.
Officials say he shot at two LAPD officers in the city of Corona -- grazing one -- then ambushed two police officers in nearby Riverside, killing one and critically wounding the other.