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Surveillance video may offer new clues in case of missing jogger

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HOBOKEN, New Jersey (PIX11) – Surveillance footage may lead to clues in the disappearance of 27-year-old Andrew Jarzyk who mysteriously vanished in Hoboken over the weekend.

“Andrew is a nice guy, every time in the summertime we’d eat BBQ a lot and he always stopped by with his roommates,” said Joseph Casella.

Joseph Casella saw 27-year old Andrew Jarzyk a few days before he disappeared in Hoboken.

On Sunday, Jarzyk vanished without a trace during an early morning run down by the waterfront.

Last Seen

“We don’t suspect any type of foul play,” said Det. Sgt. Anthony Falco.

Jarzyk was seen around 1:30 a.m. in the area of 5th st. and Monroe St., then seen jogging around 2 a.m. by 4th st. and Sinatra Dr. going southbound.

He had gone home after a night out with friends then changed his clothes and went for a jog, according to authorities.

Strangers are now pitching in to try to find Andrew, posting ‘missing’ fliers all over the 1-square -mile town.

Even in the Hudson, there are search teams. Scuba teams and helicopters are searching for clues.

Jogger

Jarzyk was last seen wearing a black “Under Armour” cap, a neon green t-shirt over a black spandex long sleeve shirt, black spandex pants, black snow gloves and ear buds around his neck.

His friends and family are hoping for answers to the unanswered questions.  “Is he hurt, did someone do it deliberately?” asked Casella.

Surveillance video was taken at a nearby restaurant, and appears to be the only footage of Andrew taken right before he disappeared.

Police are analyzing that video hoping to spot a clue somewhere.