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Digital Billboard Latest Effort to Find Missing Hoboken Man

Sign on Interstate 78 in Millburn near Route 24 features photo of Andrew Jarzyk and contact info for Hoboken Police Department.

Digital Billboard Latest Effort to Find Missing Hoboken Man
The family of a Hoboken man who has been missing for nearly two weeks is hoping a $10,000 reward and a billboard along Interstate 78 in Millburn will help find the 27-year-old.

Andrew Jarzyk, 27, was last seen jogging in the area of 5th and Monroe streets in Hoboken at about 2 a.m. Sunday, March 30 after he went out with friends to West Five Supper Club at 505 Madison St.

The search for Jarzyk came to a "standstill" last week when authorities' search of the area, including the Hudson River, was unsuccessful.

The digital billboard is the latest effort by family and friends to find Jarzyk. The billboard, which can be seen on the eastbound side of I-78 near Route 24, contains a photo of Jarzyk, highlights the $10,000 reward along with other basic information about the disappearance and provides the Hoboken Police Department's phone number to contact.

Jarzyk is about 6-foot-1 and about 160 pounds. He has thinning dirty blonde hair, blue eyes and a tattoo of a cross on his rib area with the letters "SJLJBJ." Jarzyk also has a scar on the left cheek of his face and a "sizable" scar on his shoulder, police said.

Jarzyk's sister-in-law, Karyn, said the family has tried to remain "hopeful" about the situation.

Anyone with information can contact the Hoboken Police Department at 201-420-2100 (main line) or 201-420-2131 (police desk).

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