LOS ANGELES (AP) — A camp ranger whose truck was taken by Christopher Dorner has filed a lawsuit for the $1 million reward offered for information leading to the capture of the rogue ex-cop.

Rick Heltebrake filed the breach-of-contract suit Monday claiming his call to authorities after Dorner fled in the truck Feb. 12 directly led police to Dorner’s hideout in a mountain cabin. Dorner is believed to have committed suicide after killing four others during a rampage and manhunt.

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The suit names the city of Los Angeles, Riverside County and others who contributed to the reward as defendants.

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The LAPD has said three former judges will decide whether anyone can lay claim to the reward and how it would be distributed.

A couple tied up by Dorner and several others have also submitted claims.

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