USA college student missing in Bermuda

Lynette Rowe
March 20, 2018

A 19-year-old St. Joseph's University student has gone missing in Bermuda during a team trip.

The freshman was last seen walking in the opposite direction of the Royal Bermuda Regiment camp, which provided lodging for the tournament on the British island territory.

According to the university, Dombroski, a member of SJU's men's rugby club, was reported missing in Hamilton, Bermuda.

The team was competing in the Ariel Re Bermuda International 7's Tournament during the past week and was scheduled to return to the USA on Sunday.

Police in Hamilton, Bermuda say Mark Dombroski went missing early Sunday morning about 1 a.m. from outside a popular pub known as The Dog House bar.

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The police have distributed the flyer seen above, both locally and through social media channels.

The St. Joseph's team finished competing on Saturday (finishing seventh while Kutztown won the cup) and socialized the rest of the evening.

Dombroski is described as 6 feet tall with a slim build, short blonde hair, of Caucasian descent, and last seen wearing a green T-shirt, khaki trousers, and black shoes. He appeared to be using a cell phone device. Here is a second photo of 19 year old Mark Dombroski. Alcohol was not believed to have played a role in his disappearance, police said.

UPDATE: BPS Assistant Police Commissioner James Howard confirmed in a press conference that Dombroski's body had been found in Devonshire Parish, Bermuda, and that the area had been cordoned off.

Archmere Academy in Claymont, Delaware, said in a tweet he was a 2017 graduate. The circumstances of Mark's death are still under investigation by the BPS. His mother, Lisa, spoke to reporters Monday and thanked local businesses and police for their efforts to find her son.

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