Saginaw Spirit player remains missing - WNEM TV 5

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Saginaw Spirit to issue press release on missing player

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SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) -

We're still awaiting word of a press release issued by the Saginaw Spirit regarding the disappearance of player Terry Trafford.

There has been a slight delay in the issuance of the release.

The Saginaw Spirit player remains missing after disappearing a week ago. Terry Trafford, 20, was last seen by the team last Monday.

Police are involved in the search and the team says it will not comment until the search is complete.

Trafford is a Toronto native and has been with the Spirit for several seasons. He's listed at 5-foot-11 inches and 190 pounds.

MSP Lt. Brian Cole says the work of his detectives is just getting started and at this time, foul play is not suspected.

According to Trafford's girlfriend, Skye Cheslock, the young player was devastated after he was told the team didn't want him back.

Cheslock also mentioned that Trafford was in trouble with the team before he was let go but didn't want to give specifics as to why.

The search is a combined effort of Toronto police and the Michigan State Police. If you have seen Trafford, you're asked to call police.

The Saginaw Spirit issued the following press release March, 9:

"The Saginaw Spirit Franchise and the entire Great Lakes Bay Region are very concerned of the whereabouts of Saginaw Spirit hockey player Terry Trafford. Terry was last seen Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. We currently have no further comment until the professionals searching for him complete their work. The entire Spirit organization is very concerned for the young man and we hope and pray that he is safe and found soon."

Trafford was last seen at the Dow Event Center in Saginaw. He has a green '95 Sierra 1500 pickup with the license plate #CJA 2235.

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