CAMBRIDGE – The search for the missing Cambridge man came to a tragic end Tuesday when police divers found his body in a small pond.
A lot of research took place in the industrial area of Cambridge, after 42-year-old Jason Ng did not appear on the job in the city on Monday morning.
His employer reported that he was missing at 9.40 on Monday; Waterloo Regional Police said that Ng's absence from work was pointless and described him as a "very committed" worker.
The police do not believe he's involved in the game. The message, which was released on Tuesday afternoon, said that Ng death was "probably a coincidence or an accident".
His vehicle was on Monday at the parking lot along the Goddard Crescent Road, near Maple Grove and Speedsville Road; the police said that Ng was not working in this area.
Officials established a command post and launched a large-scale field investigation involving members of the emergency response team, units for dogs and drones.
Evidence that was found on the scene indicated that they could walk into the wooded area nearby; the center moved to a small pond at the FedEx ground handling terminal at Goddard after the police found water on the edge of the water, believing that Ng had entered the water.
An assistant was called underwater unit for searching and restoring Ontario provincial police, and Ngo's body was recovered just before 10:00. Subsequent autopsy is planned.
Anyone who has information must call the police at the number 519-570-9777 ext. 8643 or criminals at 1-800-222-8477.