Billboard Erected On I-78 As Frantic Search Continues For Andrew Jarzyk Of Hoboken
MILLBURN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A billboard was mounted on Interstate 78 in New Jersey this week, as family members continue their frantic search for a Hoboken man who vanished 10 days ago.
Jarzyk’s family mounted the missing persons billboard for Jarzyk on Tuesday along I-78 in Millburn, N.J.
Before that, he was seen by friends around 1 a.m. March 30 at the West 5 supper club on Madison Street in Hoboken. He left, and an hour later was seen a mile away, in exercise clothing, near the waterfront.
His disappearance launched a search on the water, in the air and throughout Hoboken, with the family posting fliers with photos everywhere.
Jarzyk, who lives in Hoboken and works for PNC Financial in Woodland Park, was said to be in good spirits in the hour before he disappeared.
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 earbuds around his neck, police said.
He is about 6-feet-1 inches tall and weighs about 160 pounds. He has thinning dirty blond hair, blue eyes, and a tattoo bearing a cross on his rib area with the initials “SJLJBJ,” police said.
Jarzyk’s family is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to his whereabouts. They asked anyone with information to call Hoboken police at (201) 420-2100.
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