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Missing cruise worker: No foul play, say Bahamas police

    Rebecca Coriam Rebecca Coriam was employed as a youth worker

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    Police investigating the disappearance of a British woman who went missing from a cruise ship off the Mexico coast have found no evidence of "foul play".

    Youth worker Rebecca Coriam, 24, from Chester, was last seen aboard the Disney Wonder on 21 March.

    She failed to turn up for her shift on the ship, which had recently left Los Angeles, the following day.

    Police in the Bahamas, where the ship is registered, have concluded their onboard inquiries.

    Supt Paul Rolle, of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, said: "With respect to the investigation into the disappearance of Miss Rebecca Coriam from the Disney Wonder cruise ship, the Royal Bahamas Police has concluded its investigation on board the vessel.

    "At the present time there is no evidence to suggest foul play. The case remains open and under active investigation."

    Miss Coriam's parents, Michael and Ann Coriam, have returned home to Guilden Sutton after visiting Los Angeles to meet Disney officials and maritime investigators.

    The 83,000 tonne vessel returned to dock in Los Angeles on Sunday and has since set off on its next scheduled sailing.

    Disney said it had carried out "multiple searches" onboard and a sea search has been carried out by the US coastguard and the Mexican Navy.

    A spokesperson for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said it was providing consular assistance to the family.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-12902212

30 March 2011 Last updated at 12:09 GMT

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Missing Disney cruise worker: Parent's world 'crumbled'

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    The parents of a British woman who disappeared from a cruise ship off Mexico have said their "world has crumbled".

    Youth worker Rebecca Coriam, 24, from Chester, was last seen aboard the Disney Wonder on 21 March.

    Her parents, Michael and Ann Coriam, have returned home to Guilden Sutton after meeting Disney officials and maritime investigators in Los Angeles.

The Royal Bahamas Police Force has ruled out foul play.

    Miss Coriam failed to turn up for her shift on the ship, which had recently left Los Angeles, on 22 March.

    Mr and Mrs Coriam were too upset to speak to the media but released a short statement which said: "We have just flown back from Los Angeles after our world crumbled.

"We are very tired, drained and emotional."

It added: "We wish to be with our family and friends."

    Miss Coriam worked organising games, sports and activities for children on the ship.

    Police in the Bahamas, where the ship is registered, have concluded their onboard inquiries.

    The 83,000-tonne vessel returned to dock in Los Angeles on Sunday and has since set off on its next scheduled sailing.

    Disney said it had carried out "multiple searches" onboard and a sea search has been carried out by the US coastguard and the Mexican Navy

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-12905277

10 April 2011 Last updated at 09:00 GMT

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Balloon release for missing cruise woman Rebecca Coriam

    Rebecca Coriam The 24-year-old was employed to look after children on the ship

    Friends and family of a Cheshire woman who went missing from a cruise ship off the coast of Mexico have released 500 balloons at Chester racecourse.

    Youth worker Rebecca Coriam, 24, from Guilden Sutton, near Chester, was last seen on the Disney Wonder on 21 March.

    About 300 people attended the event. Supporters say they will meet each week until she is found.

    Police in the Bahamas, where Disney Wonder is registered, said there was no evidence

to suggest "foul play".

    Her parents, Michael and Ann Coriam, have appealed for help to find Rebecca, who was working as a children's activity co-ordinator.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-13028112

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