Family searches for missing Nassau man

Michael Adragna, 27, had been reported missing after he went for a jog early Monday morning at the Massapequa Preserve.

Michael Adragna, 27, had been reported missing after he went for a jog early Monday morning at the Massapequa Preserve. (9/1/15)

MASSAPEQUA PARK - A family is desperately searching for a missing Massapequa Park man.

Michael Adragna, 27, went for a jog early Monday morning at the Massapequa Preserve and disappeared. His grandmother was the last person to see him the evening before.

"I'm sick as anything right now and I'm so distraught," says Julia Adragna. "I don't understand how this could happen."

Adragna's family also says he did not show up for work Monday.

His best friend, John Gloster, is among dozens of people who helped comb the preserve Tuesday.

Adragna is single and shared a home with his cousin and grandmother.

Family members say that Nassau detectives were at Adragna's house Tuesday night, looking through his computer for clues.

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