Search continues for missing Hoboken man, Andrew Jarzyk

Andrew Jarzyk had a few drinks at the West Five Supper Club Saturday night and then decided to go for a run at around 2 a.m. (4/5/14)

HOBOKEN - Friends and family members are redoubling their efforts in the search for a man who went missing in Hoboken nearly a week ago.

Andrew Jarzyk went missing after going for a late-night run just after 2 a.m. on Sunday, following an evening of drinks with friends at the West Five Supper Club. Surveillance video captured images of 27-year-old Jarzyk running along Sinatra Drive, between Third and Fourth streets. It was the last time he was seen.

Family and friends kicked off the search Saturday by the entrance to Pier A Park in Hoboken, near where Jarzyk went missing. Volunteers gathered with stacks of missing person posters to spread the word.

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Jarzyk works in finance for PNC Bank and was training for the New Jersey Half Marathon. His girlfriend, Emily Karaniewsky, told News 12 New Jersey that they had been making plans for a skydiving trip.

Jarzyk's family is offering a $10,000 reward in the case.

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