Two San Diegans were reported missing in Jamaica Thursday after disembarking a Royal Caribbean Cruise ship however one relative has told NBC 7 San Diego the couple has checked in and is fine.
Hayden Gerson, 33, and Alisha Frank, 32, were last seen at 9:26 a.m. Tuesday at the Falmouth Pier.
Jamaican law enforcement officials say the two were going to travel to Montego Bay, in St. James Parish, and "have not been seen or heard from since."
Gerson is an employee of Sunline Energy in San Diego. According to Frank’s Facebook page, she is a life coach and yoga instructor based in La Jolla, California.
Authorities in Jamaica have sent out a news alert with photographs of the couple taken by the cruise company.
Gerson and Frank were guests on the Oasis of the Seas, according to Cynthia Martinez, director of Global Corporate Communications for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
"While on board, they asked to debark the ship in Jamaica. The ship team assisted them with this request and were escorted to immigration," Martinez said.
When NBC 7 San Diego tracked down Gerson's mother, she told them there was no story. That she has talked with her son and he is fine.
She was in the process of contacting the Jamaican authorities to correct the news alert information.
Check back for updates on this developing story.