$1K Reward Offered After St. Joe's University Student Goes Missing In Bermuda

Mark Dombroski

Dombroski was last seen around 12 a.m. Sunday in the vicinity of The Dog House on Front Street.

Mark Dombroski, a 19-year-old student at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, has been found dead in Bermuda.

The police say "there is concern for his well-being". An American college rugby player has been reported missing in Bermuda.

Police officials in Bermuda say the body of USA student Mark Dombroski was found at the base of a colonial era fort in the British Island territory.

Organizers for the tournament have offered a $1,000 reward.

Dombroski was set to return to America along with the Philadelphia university's team on Sunday. "People have been with us shoulder to shoulder throughout this ordeal".

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Detective Sgt. Jason Smith said there's no evidence Dombroski was drunk, or that alcohol played a role in his disappearance.

Surveillance cameras had shown him walking east after visiting with his teammates in the tavern.

Mark Dombroski was on the island for a rugby tour with the university.

"He wasn't in a celebratory kind of mood", Lisa Dombroski said.

Anyone with photos, videos or any other information should contact police on 295-0011 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 800-8477.

St. Joseph's was taking part in the Ariel Re Bermuda International 7's Tournament, ABC News reported, which also featured Ithaca College and Notre Dame. It issued a statement saying it has been in touch with the freshman's family and "continues to pray for his safe return".

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