It was the condo's owners, Karen and Jim Reynolds, who finally found Dorner when they arrived Tuesday and unlocked the door that they assumed the maintenance man had locked. Dorner pointed a gun at them, tied them up and fled in their purple Nissan Rogue SUV.
"I really thought it could be the end," Karen Reynolds said afterward. Even though she was bound, she managed to call 911 moments after he left.
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