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FBI Offers Reward For Ore. Police Shooting Suspect

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man suspected of shooting an Oregon police officer and fleeing into the woods near a coastal neighborhood last week.

David Anthony Durham, a 43-year-old Portland man, was last seen running from his 1984 Dodge truck on Highway 101 in Waldport. Police say he shot Lincoln City officer Steven Dodds on Jan. 23, then drove south.

The FBI has also obtained a federal fugitive warrant, which is issued when an agency has reasonable belief that a suspect crossed state lines.

Investigators say Durham wanted to travel to California, the Caribbean or Thailand.

Durham's friends and family say he is an avid outdoorsman who began suffering from delusions before the shooting.

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