The search for a missing North Park man has ended.
David Mow was last seen July 21 in the 2900 block of 30th Street in North Park. The last contact with family and friends was a text message sent on Thursday, July 22 around 6 a.m.
According to friends and family, Mow's body was found by hikers last week.
"Thank you to everyone who has supported us on this page. Yes, we have found David. Last weekend hikers found David and his car which went off the side of a winding dangerous road. We are relieved to bring David home while our hearts are heavy with sadness," family members posted on the Facebook page created to help locate Mow.
"Eighty-three days after he went missing, my family and I were notified that he was an an accident, and that him and his car were in a location that couldn't be seen from the road or air," an administrator for the page posted on October 13.
Family members kept the Facebook page updated daily while they hoped for word of Mow.
San Diego police investigators issued a missing persons alert in July and kept releasing information. On Oct. 13, San Diego police issued a new request for information that stated Mow could have been under the care of a medical facility.
Mow worked as an independent contractor on home renovations and was known to visit casinos. San Diego police have not issued information on his death or the circumstances surrounding the accident.