by Ashton Goodell
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Fish and Game ended its search Wednesday for wolves that attacked and killed a jogger in Chignik Lake, but some people in the village say it's too early to call it off.
Biologists did a final sweep of the area Wednesday afternoon looking for the animals.
Monday night Fish and Game killed two wolves believed to be part of the attack.
Some in the village say they are still scared and they worry that the wolves will come back into the village.
"They are trying really hard to see if they can find any more wolves, and of course we are going to be worried. But everybody will try to get rid of the wolves that do come back into the village, more than likely, I hope so," said Don Lind, a member of the Village Tribal Council.