Nearly a month after Andrew Jarzyk went missing his family, at long last, has been given some amount of closure.
The 27-year-old's family has confirmed that a body found in the Hudson River on Monday is that of the Hoboken, N.J., jogger and banker who had been missing since the early hours of April 1.
But despite his body's recovery, his family says his death and disappearance is still deeply shrouded in mystery.
"At this time we do not have answers into why Andrew's life ended at such a young age. Please be accepting to the fact we may never have these answers," his brother posted on a public Facebook page created for his recovery.
Authorities say their investigation into Jarzyk's disappearance and death is still ongoing.
Jarzyk, who worked at PNC Financial in Woodland, had been described by friends as in good spirits when last seen at a Hoboken restaurant.
Friends said he was at the West 5 supper club until around 1 a.m. when he took off, but said he'd be back in a bit.
A little while later a neighbor said he saw him leaving his nearby apartment while dressed in black exercise clothing.
The 27-year-old was last seen jogging along the river in the early hours of April 1.
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Surveillance cameras then captured him jogging near the waterfront.
In a tweet sent by Hoboken's mayor, Dawn Zimmer, she expressed her condolences for his family, stating: "Our thoughts and prayers are with Andrew Jarzyk and his family at this very difficult time."
Jarzyk's cause of death is said to be still under investigation.