FBI seeks missing Ga. bank director's boat

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The man the FBI has wanted since July 2012 was arrested on New Years Eve by the Glynn County Sheriff's Office during a routine traffic stop on Interstate 95.

ATLANTA - Investigators are seeking a boat connected to a south Georgia bank director accused of losing millions of investors' dollars before vanishing last summer.

The FBI said Wednesday the boat belongs to Aubrey Lee Price. They're asking harbor masters, marina operators or anyone else who's seen it to call them.

The U.S. Attorney's Office has charged Price with wire fraud for the embezzlement of $17 million from the Montgomery Bank & Trust in Ailey, about 10 miles west of Vidalia.

Price disappeared in June and a Florida judge recently declared him dead. The FBI has said it doesn't believe his written confession and letters to his family last year that say he planned to drown himself off the Florida coast.

Investigators say they've accounted for all Price's vehicles except a 17-foot 2004 Sea Ray Boats Inc. fiberglass boat with the Hull ID number SERR8672C404. The FBI says it's possible he used it to flee and may still be using it.

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