The remains found in a burned out cabin in California have now been positively identified as former police officer, Christopher Dorner.
The San Bernardino county Sheriff's office says the identification was made through dental examination.
Law officers had been searching for Dorner, a former LAPD Officer for 9 days.
His final moments were spent in a cabin near Big Bear, where police say he engaged in a deadly shoot-out with deputies.
Dorner is suspected of killing 4 people, including two law officers.
He was fired from the LAPD, and recently published an internet manifesto vowing revenge to those he claimed responsible.