Police received a call from a person reporting the potentially suicidal man missing on Wednesday at around 3 p.m. at an apartment on Park Avenue, according to police.
Police officials said Cave's brother, who lives in Florida, received a call from Cave saying he was going to end his life. After the brother asked a friend to go to the apartment, the friend was unable to open the door, police said.
Police arrived with the building management company and found many of Cave's belongings in his apartment, including a credit card and cell phone, as well as a list of passwords and account information for his mother and two
brothers, according to the Detective Bureau.
Police say they also found a letter addressed to "Gina" which apologized to her, saying that he "has to do this."
After police spoke with a colleague of Cave's, the man confirmed that Cave showed up for work on Wednesday but left at around noon, and it seemed that he packed up his desk, according to police.
Anyone with information about Cave should contact the Hoboken Police Department at (201) 420-2100. Photo provided by the Hoboken Police. -- Ray Smith