JUNEAU -- The U.S. Forest Service is seeking information about stolen cedar planking along the Dan Moller Trail on Douglas Island in Southeast Alaska.
The agency says it cached rough-cut yellow cedar lumber along the trail in March, with the help of the Juneau Snowmobile Club. The material was to be used for repairs to the trail planks this month.
Ed Grossman, recreation program manager for the Juneau Ranger District, says three of the five caches had wood stolen from them. He says the thefts likely occurred before snowmobile access was cut off in May.
If members of the public have any information about the thefts, the agency asks that they call 907-789-6237.