SACRAMENTO (CBS / AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown is offering condolences to the family of a Riverside police officer who was one of three people believed to be killed by a former Los Angeles police officer during a shooting spree across Southern California.

In a statement issued late Thursday, the Democratic governor said he was “shocked and saddened” when he learned about the attack that took place early that morning.

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The name of the officer is not being released while the suspect, Christopher Dorner, remains at large. Dorner is the subject of a widespread manhunt that focused on the mountain community of Big Bear late Thursday.

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Brown’s office said the 34-year-old field training officer who was shot as he and a trainee were stopped for a traffic light in Riverside. The trainee was critically injured.

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