HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP) — The Latest on the American student reported missing in Bermuda (all times local):
Police officials in Bermuda say the body of U.S. student Mark Dombroski was found at the base of a colonial era fort in the British Island territory.
Acting Assistant Commissioner James Howard says authorities have not determined a cause of death of the 19-year-old student from Media, Pennsylvania, and that forensic experts are still at the scene.
Howard says they have not ruled out foul play in the death.
He expressed his “heartfelt condolences to his family and friends” after an intensive search for local authorities, volunteers, and relatives of the student.
Police officials in Bermuda are confirming that they have found the body of missing U.S. student Mark Dombroski.
Acting Assistant Commissioner James Howard of the Bermuda Police Services declined to provide certain details, include how authorities believe he may have died during a visit to the British Island territory.
The discovery of his body was announced at a news conference in the British island territory after a day of searching that involved members of the 19-year-old’s family, volunteers and local authorities.
A police spokesman in Bermuda says authorities have found a body amid a search for a U.S. student who disappeared after a rugby tournament on the British island territory.
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.
The Bermuda Police Service said a news conference would be held later Monday.
Authorities and members of Dombroski’s family had been searching Bermuda for the young man in a wooded area known as The Arboretum. It was near a sports center where Dombroski was competing as a member of the rugby team at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
He was last seen early Sunday after a night of socializing.