Cameron Robbins’ body has still not been discovered after the teenage baseball star jumped off a cruise ship and into shark-infested waters.
Cameron Robbins’ parents are now speaking out and stating they “appreciate” the outpouring of support for their missing son. They made these comments the day before a memorial for the 18-year-old who was lost at sea in “shark-infested” waters late last month.
There was a video showing the teen in the aftermath of him jumping off a pirate-themed booze cruise ship in the Bahamas as part of a dare on May 24th.
The slow-motion video seems to show a shark making its way toward him.
“We are just mourning our son right now,” Shari Robbins told The Post.
“We appreciate you calling. Maybe we will be able to talk more later.”
William Robbins added, “We appreciate everyone’s support.”
William and Shari Robbins also wrote an amazing obituary for the teenager.
On May 27th, the search for Robbins was called off, despite the best efforts of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, with the assistance of the US Coast Guard Southeast and Royal Bahamas Defence Force.
“Cameron Crossley Robbins was a beloved grandson, son, brother, and friend. He was lost at sea after being reported missing off the coast of Athol Island in the Bahamas on the evening of May 24,” they wrote.
“He was a tough player, battling back from multiple injuries, known to pitch through separated shoulders and broken hands,” the obituary states.
Robbins also “loved his truck and country music” and was “a big star” in the shower and with karaoke machines.
Robbins graduated on May 21st from University Lab School in Baton Rouge.
Prayers to his family as they deal with this difficult situation.
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