SAN DIEGO (KTLA
) -- The U.S. Coast Guard
is searching for a 63-year-old woman who was reported missing after a cruise ship docked in San Diego.
Closed-circuit video aboard the Celebrity Millennium shows the woman, apparently alone, climbed over a railing Monday night and let go, Celebrity Cruises
The woman, whose name has not been released, was traveling with her brother, who reported her missing after the ship docked Tuesday morning, according to the Coast Guard.
Celebrity Cruises says the ship's GPS satellite marked the location where the guest went overboard.
The Coast Guard suspended the search Wednesday after combing an area about 150 miles south along the Baja California coast to near Bahia de San Quintin with a Coast Guard helicopter and a C-130 aircraft.
The voyage began April 18 in San Juan, Puerto Rico
, and went through the Panama Canal.
Coast Guard officials urged anyone with information to call 619-278-7031.
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