San Bernardino County authorities on Tuesday released recordings of the 911 call that led to the fiery end to the manhunt for murder suspect Christopher Jordan Dorner in February.
The county's attorneys released the electronic recordings of the Feb. 12 call in response to a public records request. The tapes contain more than 20 minutes of conversation between a female 911 dispatcher and a woman who called to report that she and her husband had been tied up by Dorner, who also stole their vehicle.
Although officials declined to identify the callers in their release, the couple has been identified in news reports as Jim and Karen Reynolds, who owned the condo.
Read the full San Bernardino Sun story and listen to the 911 audio here.