$1K reward in search for missing St. Joseph's University student in Bermuda

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- Police officials in Bermuda are confirming that they have found the body of missing USA student Mark Dombroski.

As of Monday morning, police say they still have been unable to located the missing St. Joe's student.

A flyer containing three photos and a physical description of Dombroski is being widely circulated by police on the resort island and the Bermuda Broadcasting Company.

"He was last seen at Dog House on Front Street at 12am this morning". Alcohol was not believed to have played a role in his disappearance, police said. The team was scheduled to return to Philadelphia on Sunday, but Dombroski was not on the return flight.

Bermuda Rugby is offering $1,000 for information on Dombroski's whereabouts, WPVI reported.

Mark Dombroski  source
Mark Dombroski source

Mark Dombroski, a 19-year-old student at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, has been found dead in Bermuda. "We thank the citizens of Bermuda".

Mark Dombroski, 19, of DE, was last seen at 1:15 a.m. Sunday at a bar called The Dog House, officials said.

A cause of death was not released but forensic experts were still processing the scene where his body was found and an autopsy was planned, said Acting Commissioner James Howard. "People have been with us shoulder to shoulder throughout this ordeal".

Lisa Dombroski speculated her son, who had hurt his shoulder in a game that day and wasn't feeling well, had simply wanted to call it a night.

Saint Joseph's issued a statement saying it "continues to pray for his safe return".

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