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No weapons found in Las Vegas home of ex-cop, FBI says

FBI agents did not find any weapons during a search of the Las Vegas home of Christopher Dorner, the fired police officer who allegedly killed three people and injured a fourth,  a spokeswoman said Friday.

Agents executed a federal search warrant on Thursday, said Bridget Pappas, spokeswoman for the Las Vegas field office.  They cleared the surrounding neighborhood “for safety reasons” while conducting the search, she said.  No one was found in the home.

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Pappas declined to say what FBI agents confiscated. The FBI did not return to the home Friday, and there are no further searches planned, Pappas said.

“They’ve cleared the site and we’re done,” she said.


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