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LOCATED DECEASED – Missing Man in Cambridge, Ontario – Jason Ng, 42

Jul 23, 2019
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The search for a missing Cambridge man came to a tragic end Tuesday when police divers located his body in a small pond.

A large search had been underway in an industrial area in Cambridge after 42-year-old Jason Ng failed to show up for work in the city on Monday morning.

Ng’s employer reported him missing at about 9:40 a.m. Monday. Waterloo Regional Police said Ng’s absence from work was out of character, describing him as a “very dedicated” employee.

Police do not believe foul play was involved. A release issued Tuesday said Ng’s death “is believed to be accidental or as a result of misadventure.”

Ng’s vehicle had been located Monday in a parking lot off of Goddard Crescent, near Maple Grove and Speedsville roads.

Officers began an extensive ground search that involved members of the emergency response team, canine unit and a drone.

Evidence found at the scene suggested he might have wandered into a wooded area nearby. The focus shifted to a small pond behind a FedEx ground terminal on Goddard after officers found evidence at the water’s edge that led them to believe Ng had entered the water.

The Ontario Provincial Police underwater search-and-recovery unit was called in to assist. Ng’s body was recovered shortly before 10 a.m. An autopsy is scheduled to take place at a later date.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 519-570-9777 ext. 8643 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.




Waterloo Regional Police say 42-year-old Jason Ng of Cambridge has been reported missing, and there is concern for his well-being.

On Monday, police were flying a drone in the area of Goddard Crescent, and now say that a command post has been set up in the area as the investigation continues.

Ng is described as an Asian male, 5’8″ with a medium build, has short black hair, dark eyes, and prescription glasses.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 519-570-9777.

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