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FBI searches for missing banker's boat

LOWNDES CO., GA (WALB) -

The search for a missing south Georgia banker accused of swindling investors out of millions of dollars continues, months after he disappeared.

The FBI is now looking for Aubrey Lee Price's boat, a 17-foot Sea Ray fiberglass boat. It's the only vehicle belonging to him investigators haven't found.

Price disappeared in June. He was last seen on video leaving the Key West, Florida airport.

He sent a suicide letter to relatives, and a judge declared him dead six weeks ago, but investigators still think he may be alive.

Price lived in Lowndes County and was a director of a bank in Montgomery County.

A federal grand jury indicted him on securities and wire fraud charges after he disappeared.

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