Search for Jennifer Seitz Lost at Sea Suspended
The U.S Coast Guard and Mexican authorities have suspended the search for Jennifer Seitz from United States of America after combing more than 4,600 square miles off the coast of Cancun Mexico.
There are speculations about suicide even though she seemed to have a happy, bubbly personality, her brother affirms she was diagnosed as bipolar at the same time FBI begins investigations to determine the possibility of murder.
Jennifer Seitz, 36, fought weight problems along with serious emotional issues that could have been a factor in her disappearance early Friday morning.
"She was recently, within the last few years, diagnosed as bipolar," said her brother, who requested his name not be used. "It's going to be a torment and a torture for this family for the rest of our natural lives."
Tanto la Guardia Costera de Estados Unidos como la Armada de México decidieron cancelar la búsqueda de la turista Jennifer Seitz que presuntamente cayó desde el pasado jueves del crucero Norwegian Pearl cerca de Cancún; el FBI inicia una investigación para determinar si se cometió un crimen.
Authorities believe Jennifer Seitz, a 36-year-old freelance writer from central Florida, could have gone overboard early Friday morning when the ship was near Cancun, Mexico. A video recovered on the ship reportedly shows a woman in a white bathrobe falling over the side. The ensuing search by both the U.S. Coast Guard and Mexican authorities covered more than 4,600 miles without success. "The more time that passes, the less likely it is that we're going to find a survivor," Capt. Dean Lee of the U.S. Coast Guard told ABC News this morning.According to the FBI, which is in charge of crimes on the high seas involving Americans, the investigation is "ongoing" and they are "still trying to determine if a crime occurred," said FBI spokesman Mike Leverock.