Man Who Went Missing in Miami Beach Spotted in Jacksonville: Police

A 24-year-old man who went missing after a night at a Miami Beach bar was spotted in Jacksonville days after he was last seen in South Florida, police said Tuesday

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    A 24-year-old man who went missing after a night at a Miami Beach bar was spotted in Jacksonville days after he was last seen in South Florida, police said Tuesday. NBC 6's Jamie Guirola reports.

    A 24-year-old man who went missing after a night at a Miami Beach bar was spotted in Jacksonville days after he was last seen in South Florida, police said Tuesday.

    Jorge David Reyes attended the Spark event in downtown Jacksonville and was last seen riding the Jacksonville automated people mover at 2:30 a.m., Miami Beach Police said.

    Reyes was captured in video and photos on the train, police said.

    Missing Man Spotted in Jacksonville

    [MI] Missing Man Spotted in Jacksonville
    A 24-year-old man who went missing after a night at a Miami Beach bar was spotted in Jacksonville days after he was last seen in South Florida, police said Tuesday. NBC 6's Jamie Guirola reports.

    Reyes was last seen in South Florida on April 7 at the club Lost Weekend with friend Estuardo Secaida. He was reported missing by his sister on April 17, Miami Beach Police said.

    Police said Reyes had lost his job and had broken up with his girlfriend shortly before he disappeared and that his behavior had recently been spiraling out of control.

    Missing Man Lost Job Before Disappearance: Police

    [MI] Missing Man Lost Job Before Disappearance: Police
    A 24-year-old man who went missing after a night at a Miami Beach bar had lost his job and had broken up with his girlfriend shortly before his disappearance, police said Monday. NBC 6's Jamie Guirola reports.

    "According to his sister, because of everything that has been going on in his life, recently he has started using alcohol and drugs," Det. Vivian Thayer said Monday.

    Secaida said his friend had been acting out of character before the disappearance. Reyes' father said his son, a budding musician, always stays in contact with family and friends.

    Police said there has also been no movement in Reyes' bank account or on his Facebook or Twitter profiles.

    As of now Miami Beach Police are treating this as a missing persons case. Anyone with information can call Miami-Dade CrimeStoppers at 305–471–TIPS.