The family of missing Hoboken, N.J., man Andrew Jarzyk is offering a $10,000 reward for information regarding his whereabouts nearly a week after he was last seen.
Jarzyk, who works at a local bank, was last seen by friends at the West Five Supper Club in Hoboken about 1 a.m. EST on Sunday. Hoboken Police Sgt. Anthony Falco told WNBC-TV that surveillance video showed Jarzyk
running in exercise clothes near the river around 2 a.m. Falco said another camera caught him jogging into a park nearly a minute later.
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"We have been out here day after day after day, holding on by a thread," Karen Jarzyk, the missing man's sister-in-law, told reporters during a news conference on Thursday.
Falco told NJ.com
Wednesday that authorities have started focusing their search efforts on the Hudson River because land searches for Jarzyk haven't gotten them very far. However, there is no evidence so far that Jarzyk ended up in the water.
The New Jersey State Police marine unit assisted with search, along with the Jersey City Police Department's marine unit. Falco told NJ.com that police helicopters have flown over the water as well.
Authorities say that they do not believe Jarzyk's disappearance is the result of foul play.
"There's no evidence laying there, no type of clothing articles, blood so to speak, no weapons or anybody else seen in that area that could have done something," Falco told WNBC-TV. "At this point, it's a mystery."
Beverly and Stephen Jarzyk Sr., Andrew Jarzyk's parents, told WCBS-TV
that they are stunned by the disappearance.
"We really don't know. Andrew was a good, good young man," Stephen Jarzyk Sr. said. "We just don’t know. We're at a dead end."
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