Published: Tue, March 20, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Joe's freshman missing in Bermuda while on rugby tour

Joe's freshman missing in Bermuda while on rugby tour

A police spokesman in Bermuda says authorities have found a body amid a search for a USA student who disappeared after a rugby tournament on the British island territory.

According to local police, Mark Dombroski, 19, was last seen early Sunday morning at The Dog House bar in Hamilton. The team was scheduled to return to the US on Sunday, but it is unclear if they made the trip, according to NBC10 in Philadelphia.

Bermuda police released these photos of Mark Dombroski in an effort to find the missing St. Joseph's University freshman.

The missing student is described as 6 feet tall with close-cut blonde hair, and apparently last seen wearing a green T-shirt, according to the police. Police say he was found dead Monday afternoon in the Bermuda capital of Hamilton.

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Spokesman Dwayne Caines did not disclose any details about the discovery and did not confirm that the body was that of 19-year-old Mark Dombroski. Early in the investigation, police cited concern for Dombroski's well-being and circulated a flyer with his photographs. "We extend our deepest sympathies to the Dombroski family along with Mark's teammates, classmates, and friends", read a statement from the university on Monday.

Dombroski, an SJU freshman who played high school rugby at Archmere Academy in Claymont, Delaware, was part of the Hawks' sevens program that went to the collegiate tournament in Bermuda. The team from Saint Joseph's was among more than 20 taking part. His disappearance came just as he was scheduled to return home to Philadelphia.

Bermuda Rugby also announced it was offering a $1,000 reward for information on Dombroski's location, CBS News Philadelphia affiliate KYW-TV reported.

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