Missing York College student Aaron Frishkorn has been tracked to Canada, according to York City Police.
York City Police Capt. Russ Tschopp confirmed Frishkorn, a sport-management major, is a person of interest in a theft investigation being conducted by Spring Garden Township Police.
Frishkorn crossed the border into Canada about 4:08 p.m. Monday and has family there, according to Tschopp.
He crossed the border "alone and in good health" before he was reported missing, according to Chief Wes Kahley.
"We no longer consider him a missing person," Tschopp said.
Theft: Frishkorn is a person of interest in the theft of funds from a college association's account, police said.
He was an officer with the college's Sport Management Student Association when the funds went missing, Tschopp said.
According to its website, the association provides York College sport management majors with a channel to further develop as a professional. Frishkorn was to meet with a faculty advisor Monday morning about the missing funds, but failed to show.
When Frishkorn went missing, campus security called the student's parents in Elizabethtown, but they are also unaware of his whereabouts, said college spokeswoman Mary Dolheimer.
"It's not unusual at times for a student to be unreachable," she said. "But in this case, the fact that he has not been seen on campus or at home does cause concerns and we're really just interested in finding out where he is."
York City Police have closed their investigation, Tschopp said
Missing money: Spring Garden Township Police Chief George Swartz issued a news release Thursday morning stating his department was contacted Wednesday by York College and asked to investigate unauthorized withdrawals from the Sport Management Student Association's bank account.
Police are investigating, but at this point have not yet determined a crime has occurred, Swartz said.
Anyone with information about the possibly missing money is asked to call Detective James Hott at (717) 843-0851.