ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A private reward fund has been opened to help generate leads in the case of the missing Anchorage brothers.
The fund was opened Monday by a group of ministers to reward tips leading to the return of 8-year-old Malcolm Johnson and his 5-year-old brother, Isaiah, or for the arrest of whoever took them. The boys have been missing since March 10.
The fund will be administered by the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, a group of 18 local Christian ministers. The group hopes to raise $10,000, said alliance president Wilbert Mickens.
Donations to the fund can be made at First National Bank in the name of the Johnson Family Reward Fund.
Mickens asked that donations be made by check so thank-you cards can be sent.
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