RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KABC) -- Riverside is publicly rescinding its $100,000 reward offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Christopher Dorner.
Several cities and organizations pledged reward money totaling more than $1 million for the arrest and conviction of Dorner when the former cop was on the run.
But because of the wording "arrest and conviction," some of the entities are considering backing out of the money that was promised.
"Because the conditions were not met, there will not be a payment of a reward by the city," Riverside spokeswoman Cindie Perry said.
Dorner was wanted for killing Cal State Fullerton assistant basketball coach Monica Quan and her fiancé Keith Lawrence. Police say Dorner was also behind the shooting deaths of Riverside Police Officer Michael Crain and San Bernardino Detective Jeremiah MacKay.
Dorner was never arrested. He died of a self-inflicted wound in a burning cabin in Angelus Oaks while surrounded by law enforcement on Feb 12.
"Thank you for making the phone calls, for your part in bringing Chris Dorner to an end. Unfortunately, it wasn't through the justice system, and that's what our precedence has created, and our process and resolution provided for," said Riverside Mayor Rusty Bailey.
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