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Terry Trafford of the Saginaw Spirit. (Aaron Bell/OHL Images)

Terry Trafford of the Saginaw Spirit.

(Aaron Bell/OHL Images)

Police say no evidence missing OHL player entered Canada Add to ...

Toronto police say there’s no indication a 20-year-old Ontario Hockey League player with a Michigan team who’s been reported missing has entered Canada.

Police say it’s believed Terry Trafford, a centre with the Saginaw Spirit in Saginaw, Mich., may have left the state to return to his hometown of Toronto.

But Const. Victor Kwong says authorities have no record of Trafford crossing the border.

Lt. Brian Cole with Michigan state police said Monday that Trafford is considered a “voluntary missing person.”

Cole says a detective is trying to confirm where Trafford last was seen and to whom he may have spoken.

The team says he last was seen March 4 at the Wendler Arena, the Spirit home arena.

Team president Craig Goslin says the team is “very concerned for the young man” and hope he’s found soon.

Trafford has been with the Spirit for several seasons. He’s described as 5-foot-11 inches and 190 pounds, with black hair.

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