US College Student Goes Missing in Bermuda
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Update 3/19/18 at 4:30pm: The Associated Press has reported that a Bermuda police spokesman says authorities have found a body amid the search for Mark Dombroski.
Authorities in Bermuda are looking for a US college student who went missing on the island early on Sunday morning following a rugby tournament.
The student, Mark Dombroski, is a freshman at Philadelphia’s St. Joseph University and was on a weekend trip to Bermuda with the school’s rugby team for a tournament.
The Bermuda Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance with locating missing 19 year old American visitor Mark Dombroski. If you know his whereabouts, please contact police on 295-0011 immediately. pic.twitter.com/OlPcoxMKgp
— BermudaPoliceService (@BermudaPolice) March 19, 2018
Officials say the 19-year-old Delaware native was last seen at midnight on Sunday outside The Dog House Bar on Front Street in Hamilton. According to the police description, Dombroski is “Caucasian, small build, 6 feet tall with close cut blonde hair. Last seen wearing khaki pants, green T-shirt & black shoes.”
Dombroski and his rugby team were scheduled to leave the island later on Sunday. Bermuda Rugby is offering $1,000 for any helpful information regarding the disappearance.
Several other US colleges participated in the weekend’s Ariel Re Bermuda International 7’s Tournament, including Notre Dame, Kutztown University, Ohio State University and Ithaca College.
H/T: Yahoo News
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