Body of missing Hoboken man Matthew Genovese pulled from Hudson River

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HOBOKEN, New Jersey – Investigators have recovered the body of a missing Hoboken man, Matthew Genovese, police confirmed Tuesday.

Genovese, whose family is from the Bronx, worked on Wall Street and graduated from Fordham University. (Handout)

Genovese, whose family is from the Bronx, worked on Wall Street and graduated from Fordham University. (Handout)

After Genovese's belongings were found near the Hudson River Monday night, divers began combing the water, locating his body Tuesday.  No foul play is expected and there were no signs of trauma.

Genovese had been hanging out with three friends at McSwiggan's Pub at 110 1st Street Saturday night during the blizzard.  He left his friends sometime between 10:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. but never showed up at home.  His friends said he was very familiar with the area, and lived just ten minutes away.

Genovese, whose family is from the Bronx, worked on Wall Street and graduated from Fordham University.