Charlie Sheen was mentioned in Christopher Dorner's manifesto. Dorner is still on the loose and has been charged with murder.
Charlie Sheen wants the former police officer accused of killing three people to give him a call.
Sheen released a 17-second video Monday via TMZ in which he asked ex-Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner, still on the loose, to call him.
"I am urging you to call me," Sheen says. "Let's figure out together how to end this thing."
Sheen was one of many celebrities Dorner mentioned in his so-called manifesto. In the document, he says, "Charlie Sheen, you're effin awesome."
Sheen thanks Dorner for his "kind words" in the video before pleading for a resolution to the situation.
The search for Dorner began Feb. 3 after two people were found shot to death in their car. Dorner is believed to be responsible for that shooting, as well as for the death of a Riverside police officer ambushed on Feb. 7.
In his manifesto, Dorner promises revenge for his firing from the LAPD.
"I never had the opportunity to have a family of my own," the manifesto says. "I'm terminating yours."
The manifesto lists 40 targets, threatening both them and their families. It also goes on about alleged injustices within the LAPD, from which Dorner was dismissed in 2008.
On Monday, Dorner was charged with murder. A $1 million reward is being offered for information about his current location.
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