Facing capital depletion, Security Bank Corp. in Macon, Ga., is working to raise more, but its auditors question if it can survive.

The $2.9 billion-asset company said in an annual report filed Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that its auditors expressed "substantial doubt" about its ability to continue.

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