Search continues off Davenport coast for missing San Jose man

DAVENPORT — Local emergency responders continued a search Monday for a 26-year-old man swept out to sea the previous evening.

According to the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, the swimmer, a San Jose resident, was pulled out into the ocean around 5:30 p.m. Sunday near Davenport Beach.

Beachgoers nearby at the time called 911, launching an extensive search across multiple agencies, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Members of the public with information are asked to call Sheriff’s Office deputy detective Ryan Farotte at 831-454-7646.

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