Fear grows for a missing New Jersey couple who disappeared after a rented jet ski ride in Barbados
- Oscar Suarez, 32, and Magdalena Devil, 25, departed Monday afternoon on a rented jet ski at Holetown Beach
- An extensive search in the surrounding waters has yielded no sign of the couple from New Jersey or the jet ski they were riding on
- The couple – who have been in court for a year – arrived in Barbados on Saturday and planned to stay a week
- Barbados saw a peak in the number of murders in 2019, with travel experts issuing a warning for tourists to exercise caution when visiting the Caribbean country
Fear grows for a couple from New Jersey who disappeared after seeing a jet ski ride on Barbados.
Oscar Suarez, 32 and Magdalena Devil, 25, have not been seen since Monday afternoon when they rented the vehicle from Holetown Beach on the west coast of the island.
The couple, from Montclair, both wore life jackets when they disappeared, police said.
The Police Marine Unit and the Barbados Coast Guard have conducted an extensive search for Suarez and Devil, but there is no trace of the couple or the jet ski they were riding on.
Researchers also searched the couple's suite at the Discovery Bay Hotel in St. James, but found no clues to determine their whereabouts.
Oscar Suarez, 32 and Magdalena Devil, 25, have not been seen since Monday afternoon when they set out on a jet ski that they rented together from a beach in Barbados
The couple rented the jet ski from Holetown Beach (photo) on the west coast of the island. An extensive search for surrounding waters has not produced any sign of the couple
Suarez and Devil arrived in Barbados last Saturday and were planning to stay on the island for a week.
They've been dating for a year, according to family and friends.
According to her Instagram profile, Devil is an enthusiastic baker who runs her own cake-making company, Maggie & # 39; s Mad Batter.
In the meantime, Suarez has two young children from a previous marriage and his family in confusion has pleaded with the police to continue searching.
& # 39; Please do not keep looking. He has a daughter and a son to come home to, & his sister told the authorities ABC news.
The police have released these images of Suarez and Devil to assist in their search
Meanwhile, Suarez's mother says she has made crazy calls to Barbados to try and find her son.
& # 39; I called; I call and call the police, the American embassy in Barbados, they can't give me answers. They didn't call me back to let me know what to do or to find out what's wrong with my son, & she said.
The police have released a flyer to the public and urged everyone to contact them immediately.
Barbados is struggling with a peak in murder rates for 2019 and travel experts have issued a warning for tourists to exercise caution when visiting the Caribbean country.
Authorities have encouraged everyone with information to contact them immediately
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