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LAPD 'sorrow' at shoot-out death

As California police say they have found a body in a cabin where murder suspect Christopher Dorner is believed to have made his last stand, Lt Andy Neiman of the LAPD describes his ''extreme sorrow'' at the death of a police officer in the shoot-out.

California police say they have found a body in a burnt-out cabin where murder suspect Christopher Dorner is believed to have made his last stand.

The 33-year-old former policeman is thought to have exchanged fire with police after barricading himself in.

A single gunshot was later heard inside the building, which then began to burn.

One officer was killed and another injured during the shoot-out.

Lt Andy Neiman of The Los Angeles Police Department said he wanted to express his ''extreme sorrow'' over what had happened.