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Police continue to hunt for evidence, remains in Tori Stafford case

WOODSTOCK, Ont. - The search continues today for the remains of Victoria Stafford and evidence in her abduction and murder, though police are looking closer to Woodstock, Ont.

WOODSTOCK, Ont. - The search continues today for the remains of Victoria Stafford and evidence in her abduction and murder, though police are looking closer to Woodstock, Ont.

Provincial police officers from the emergency response unit are searching in Oxford County alongside Highway 401.

Oxford police Const. Laurie-Anne Maitland says police are not searching the area as the result of a tip.

Maitland says it "just makes sense" to search along Canada's busiest highway.

An extensive ground search also continues in Wellington County near Guelph, about an hour away from Woodstock, as police continue to comb through a vast rural area.

The eight-year-old girl, better known as Tori, went missing April 8 on her way home from school in Woodstock.

Terri-Lynne McClintic, 18, who is charged with abduction and being an accessory, and Michael Rafferty, 28, who is charged with first-degree murder and abduction, are scheduled to appear in court Thursday.

 
 
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