An American college student is missing in Bermuda

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An American college student is missing in Bermuda

The Bermuda Police Service is searching for missing 19-year-old St. Joseph's University student Mark Dombroski. He was last seen at 1:15 a.m., when government surveillance cameras recorded him walking east, a little more than a half-mile from the bar.

Authorities on the British island territory of Bermuda are searching for a 19-year-old college student from Pennsylvania who was last seen at a bar around midnight Sunday.

The student was last seen early Sunday morning at The Dog House, a bar along the water in Bermuda's capital city of Hamilton, reportedly wearing a green T-shirt.

The police have distributed the flyer seen above, both locally and through social media channels. "Dombroski is described as a white male, 6" tall, with close-cut blond hair. He appeared to be using a cell phone device.

Image of Mark Dombroski released by police as part of the search for the 19-year-old.

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Investigators have not ruled out foul play.

"Dombroski's body was found in an area less than a mile from the US Consulate General, and about 1.5 miles from The Dog House bar".

Dombroski is a freshman at St. Joe's and a graduate of Archmere Academy in Claymont, Delaware. The tournament finished two days later on Saturday, and Dombroski went out with friends to celebrate in the evening.

Today in a statement reported by the Associated Press, the BPS and Dombroski's mother, Lisa Dombroski, thanked local residents and businesses for helping to search for Mark.

On Monday, police again asked for the public's assistance in finding Dombroski.

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