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[EXCLUSIVE] Surveillance video shows final sighting of missing NJ jogger

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HOBOKEN, New Jersey (PIX11) – PIX11 News obtained exclusive video of 27-year-old Andrew Jarzyk moments before he vanished around 2 a.m. on Sunday morning in Hoboken. Police are hoping the video provides some clues to his disappearance.

Jarzyk was seen around 1:30 a.m. in the area of 5th and Monroe Streets, and then can be seen jogging around 2 a.m. by 4th Street and Sinatra Drive.

In the video, he is jogging along the Hudson River by the waterfront.

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

In the video, you can see Jarzyk jogging by the waterfront in the moments before he disappeared.

The NYPD and Jersey City are assisting in the search for the missing man, according to Hoboken police. On Wednesday, NYPD boats could be seen along the Hoboken waterfront.

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This video, Hoboken Detective Sgt. Anthony Falco told PIX11 is their best lead so far.  “It’s a mystery,” said Falco.

There is another video that police have not released that they are also analyzing for clues.

So far, foul play is not suspected as the search for Jarzyk continues.

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