SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - The U.S. Coast Guard is asking the public to be on the watch for a body in the choppy waters by the Ocean Beach Pier, as a search resumes Monday morning for a missing man.
After receiving a call from a woman around 1:00 a.m., police responded to the 5,000 block of Newport Avenue. While searching the area by the OB Pier, lifeguards found a man's clothes and cell phone on the beach.
The woman who called police said a man went in the water, but she never saw him emerge at a later time.
During the search, a helicopter flew over the water with a spotlight and police and lifeguards worked together to comb the area. However, there was no sign of the man and the search was called off around 2:30 a.m. Monday.
It's not clear who the man was and why he entered the ocean.
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