Anchorage police are seeking a former employee suspected of stealing $100,000 from the Alaska Marine Conservation Council.
The theft was disastrous for the Anchorage-based nonprofit organization, forcing staff furloughs and job losses, detectives say.
AMCC advocates for small-boat fishermen, coastal communities and environmental causes. Its people are respected players in fish policy debates before the North Pacific Fishery Management Council.
For more details, go to The Brig to see the police department's plea for public assistance in finding the suspect, Travis Robinson.
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