Bermuda police confirm body found of U.S. student

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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.

Dombroski, an Upper Providence resident and Saint Joseph's University freshman, had been missing in Bermuda since early Sunday, spurring an intensive search. The team was scheduled to return to the USA on Sunday, but it is unclear if they made the trip, according to NBC10 in Philadelphia.

Mark Dombroski, 19, a member of the rugby team at Saint Joseph's University disappeared early Sunday after a night of socializing. He was last seen wearing a green T-shirt.

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

The body of an American teenager missing in Bermuda has been found by police.

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A Bermuda police spokesman told The Associated Press that authorities found a body in their search for Mark Dombroski.

Bermuda police released a statement saying Dombroski was seen on camera walking alone along a street around 1 a.m. and appeared to be on a mobile phone.

Howard also said foul play has not been ruled out.

He traveled to the island March 15 to compete in the 2018 Ariel Re Bermuda International 7s Rugby Tournament along with 19 other teams. The team from Saint Joseph's was among more than 20 taking part in the event, hosted by the Bermuda Rugby Football Union.

"Members of the Archmere community will gather at the end of the school day to pray for the Dombroski Family, as we journey together with them in the days ahead", said Archmere Academy in a statement Monday. The team was scheduled to return to the United States later in the day.