No foul play was involved in the disappearance of two Brown University students who failed to return to campus following their spring break in Trinidad & Tobago, according to the Port of Spain police.

On April 3 the students were located at a guest house in Tobago and flown back to Trinidad. They were questioned by police officials there before returning to the U.S. over the weekend.

"They were unharmed. They were not abducted and they were not kidnapped. They were with a friend, staying at a guest house on Tobago," a police official said.

The FBI, U.S. State Department and Trinidad police had been investigating the whereabouts of the two women when they failed to return to campus on March 30 as planned.

According to reports, the students left Trinidad for Tobago and spent time with friends, although they did not communicate with their parents during that time.

Brown University emailed students on April 1 that the two students had not returned from spring break.


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