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Update on Investigation Into Death of 19 Year Old Mark Dombroski

Tue, 2018-03-20

Superintendent Sean Field-Lament – Good Afternoon.

Firstly let me reiterate on behalf of the Bermuda Police Service our sincere condolences to the family & friends of Mark Dombroski.

The Bermuda Police Service is progressing the investigation into the death of Mark, a visiting 19 year old American college freshman.

A team of investigators is actively continuing their inquiries into the circumstances of Mark’s death.

Trainee Police Motorcyclist Sustained Minor Leg Injury in Paget Crash

Tue, 2018-03-20

Around 10:30am today (March 20th) a police motorcyclist taking part in the current police motorcycle training course crashed on South Road in Paget.

Initial information suggests that the incident occurred near the junction with Mission Road and that the officer involved sustained a minor leg injury which did not require hospital treatment.

However, he was treated at the scene by attending ambulance personnel.

Sudden Death of Infant

Mon, 2018-03-19

Around 4:30pm today (March 19th) police and first responders received a report of an unresponsive infant at a Swansbay Hill, Pembroke residence.

Details are limited at this time. However the infant, believed to be a 3 month old boy, was rushed to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance but sadly, later pronounced dead.

No further information regarding the deceased child will be provided at this time, until next of kin have been notified.

5:30pm Press Conference: BPS Confirm Death of 19 Year Old Mark Dombroski

Mon, 2018-03-19

Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police James Howard – It is with sadness that the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) can now confirm the death of 19 year old Mark Dombroski of Pennsylvania U.S.A. and we extend our heartfelt condolences to the Dombroski family.

His body was found in the moat at Fort Prospect, which is located between Mary Victoria Road and Police Headquarters in Devonshire.

The area has been cordoned off and the scene will be processed by officers from the Forensic Support Unit. An autopsy is anticipated in due course.

1pm Press Conference Regarding Missing 19 Year Old Mark Dombroski

Mon, 2018-03-19

Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police James Howard – Good Afternoon Members of the Media & Public,

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is conducting a full investigation into the disappearance of 19 year old American visitor Mark Dombroski. Mark is a freshman student at St. Joseph’s University in Pennsylvania U.S.A.

Mark, is a member of St. Joseph’s University rugby team, that came to the island on Thursday, March 15th to compete in the 2018 Ariel Re Bermuda International 7s Rugby Tournament. There were 20 teams, both local and overseas, competing.

The tournament finished on Saturday afternoon (March 17th). It then appears that Mark along with friends and family went out to socialise.

The last time he was seen by his family and friends was a few minutes after 12am Sunday, March 18th at The Dog House (a local restaurant and bar) on Front Street in the City of Hamilton.

Appeal Continues for Missing American Visitor 19 Year Old Mark Dombroski

Sun, 2018-03-18

The appeal continues regarding missing American visitor 19 year old Mark Dombroski. He is still missing and there is concern for his wellbeing.

Please click the poster below to enlarge.

Reported Missing 19 Year Old American Visitor Mark Dombroski

Sun, 2018-03-18

Police are asking for the public's assistance in locating 19 year old Mark Dombroski, of Pennsylvania who is a visitor to the island on a Rugby Tour with St. Joseph’s University.

He was last seen at The Dog House on Front Street at 12am this morning. He is due to leave the island today.

Description – Caucasian of small build, 6 feet tall with close cut blonde hair and apparently last seen wearing a green T-shirt.

Here is a second photo of 19 year old Mark Dombroski.

Here is a third photo of 19 year old Mark Dombroski.

Here is a fourth, more recent, photo of 19 year old Mark Dombroski.

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Mark Dombroski please contact police on 295-0011.



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