UPDATE: A massive search on Sunday turned up the body of a Bergen County pizzeria employee in Rockland County, more than a month after he'd gone missing.
The body of Wilson Atz-Roldan was found in the water at the foot of Lake Antrim off Route 202 (Wayne Avenue), Suffern police said.
More than 80 volunteers from search and rescue organizations from across New York and New Jersey joined police and crews from Community Search and Rescue (COMMSAR) in searching for At-Roldan, an employee of Kinchley's Tavern in Ramsey who went missing on Dec. 21.
The owners of Kinchley’s issued a plea on Jan. 8 for help in finding Atz-Roldan, who they said at the time was still missing after nearly three weeks.
Wilson was last seen in Suffern, they said.
An autopsy was being scheduled to determine the cause of death.
Atz-Roldan left his cellphone behind when he left the Moon 59 Bar and Grill on Lafayette Avenue in Suffern around 2:30 a.m. Dec. 21, a Friday, authorities said.
That was the last time anyone reported seeing him, village police said in an alert the following week.
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