BREAKING NEWS: Missing York College student found in Canada, person of interest in felony theft case

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York City Police have just confirmed that Sport Management Major Aaron Frishkorn has been found in Canada.

They believe Frishkorn did not want to be found because he is a person of interest in a felony theft case concerning the college and Spring Garden Township Police.

Frishkorn was to meet with campus administrators on Monday to discuss the theft of at least $10,000 dollars from the student Sport Management Student Association, which is part of York College.

Campus Police began looking for him when he did not show for that meeting with administrators on Monday.

They just discovered he entered Canada at 4:10 p.m. Monday afternoon.
Officials there say that he showed his ID and entered the country alone.

York City is officially wrapping up their portion of the investigation because Frishkorn is no longer a missing person.

Both Spring Garden Township Police and York City Police are expected to release more information on Thursday.

According to the Sport Management Student Association Frishkorn is listed as the President.

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