Mark Dombroski Update: Philadelphia Student Missing in Bermuda Found Dead

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A Philadelphia student who went missing in Bermuda over the weekend was found dead Monday, police said, according to the Associated Press. Mark Dombroski, a 19-year-old freshman at St. Joseph's University, was last seen Saturday.

A spokesperson for the Bermuda Police Service told Newsweek they would be making a more detailed statement later Monday.

Dombroski, from Media, Pennsylvania, was visiting Bermuda to play rugby in the Ariel Re Bermuda International 7's Tournament. He was last seen at the Dog House Bar Saturday just before midnight local time. Surveillance video showed him walking alone down a road at around 1:15 a.m., using his cellphone, according to WCAU-TV.

It did not appear Dombroski made it to where he was staying, police said, as he was walking in the opposite direction of the team's housing. Police also said there was no evidence that Dombroski was intoxicated at the time of his disappearance.

It was unclear where his body was found, though the Bermuda Police Service and the Royal Bermuda Regiment said earlier Monday they were conducting a search around Devonshire.

Dombroski's cause of death had not yet been released. Police said they were reviewing the island's CCTV footage as part of the investigation into his disappearance, Bermuda's The Royal Gazette reported.

Dombroski was scheduled to leave the island Sunday, police said. His team made the journey back to the United States, while Dombroski's family flew to Bermuda to take part in the search.

His mother pleaded for his safe return in a press conference just hours before police announced his body had been found.

"We dearly love our son, we cherish our son. We want him back," his mother said. "We thank the citizens of Bermuda. People have been with us shoulder to shoulder throughout this ordeal."

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— The Royal Gazette (@TheRoyalGazette) March 19, 2018