The US Coast Guard is searching for a missing person on an Alaskan cruise ship

The US Coast Guard was searching for a man who was reported missing on a cruise ship near Juneau late Monday and is believed to have fallen overboard.

A Holland America Line statement Tuesday said the man was a crew member on the ship Koningsdam and was reported missing shortly after the ship left Juneau.

“A review of video footage from closed-circuit television determined that the man probably fell overboard intentionally,” the statement said.

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The U.S. Coast Guard was notified and began searching with the help of another vessel, the statement said.

“Both vessels remained in the area for several hours while the search continued before being released by the Coast Guard in the early hours of the morning,” the statement said.

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“All of us at Holland America Line are deeply saddened by this incident and our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time,” the statement said.

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“We are offering advisory services to team members and guests who may have been impacted by this incident.”

The Coast Guard said in a separate statement that search efforts were continuing, adding that the missing man was 31 years old.

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