By Mark Abrams

BERMUDA (CBS) – Authorities in Bermuda say a 19-year-old St. Joe’s University student- visiting the island as part of a school rugby tour – is missing and they’re appealing to the public for information.

Police in Hamilton, Bermuda say Mark Dombroski went missing early Sunday morning about 1 a.m. from outside a popular pub known as The Dog House bar.

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Dombroski is a freshman at St. Joe’s and a graduate of Archmere Academy in Claymont, Delaware.

St. Joseph’s University says they are in touch with Mark’s family and Bermuda authorities and continues to pray for his safe return.

“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.

His disappearance prompted Bermuda Rugby to issue a $1,000 reward for information about the missing student’s whereabouts.

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.

It says he is about 6 feet tall with close-cut blonde hair and was last seen wearing khaki pants, a green T-shirt and black shoes.

Bermuda police say he was supposed to leave Sunday to return to the U.S.

Authorities list a telephone number in Bermuda as a source for any tips.

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