Aubrey Lee Price: FBI releases videos of missing Ga. bank director
(CBS/AP) ATLANTA - Federal authorities have released two surveillance videos they say show missing south Georgia bank director Aubrey Lee Price on the day he disappeared last month.
The FBI added the videos of Price to a wanted poster on its website Monday. Authorities had previously released still images from the videos.
One video shows Price leaving the Key West, Fla., airport, and getting into a taxi with a small rolling suitcase. The second shows Price rolling the suitcase across a ferry terminal waiting area to a counter where he appears to have a short exchange with someone. According to the FBI, Price was last seen in Florida on a ferry leaving Key West for Fort Myers.
Authorities have accused Price of embezzling millions from a Georgia bank after he became a director. His relatives have told investigators they believe he's dead, but investigators have said circumstantial evidence suggests he's still alive.
CBS affiliate WTOC reports that although authorities say they at first thought Price was suicidal, information now suggests he may have left the country. The FBI reportedly believes Price may be hiding in Venezuela.
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