Kelei Tang Missing: Cause Of Death, Man’s Body Found In The Bay Near Albany

Kelei Tang Missing: Kelei Tang, a Cupertino resident who was 26 years old at the time of his death, has been identified by the authorities as the man whose body was discovered in the water earlier this week near the Golden Gate Fields racetrack. The Alameda County coroner’s office said Tang’s cause of death had not been determined as of Sunday afternoon pending the ongoing investigation.

According to the Santa Clara sheriff’s office, Jerry Tang, also known as Tang, had been reported missing from Saratoga earlier on Sunday by at least two local news outlets in the Bay Area. Tang, who went by the name “Jerry,” was reportedly seen on Juniper Lane for the last time on Tuesday.

According to the sheriff’s office, Tang was a passionate hiker. Authorities are investigating the discovery Wednesday of a body in the water near the Golden Gate Fields racetrack on the Albany-Berkeley border. At approximately 3:50 in the afternoon, officers from the Albany Police Department located and discovered the body close to the water’s edge, not far from 1100 Eastshore Highway.

According to a statement released by the city of Albany, the individual had passed away, and their death was officially confirmed at the scene. According to the city, the office of the Alameda County coroner was dispatched to the scene in order to assist with the investigation.

The city of Albany has stated that they do not know what caused the fatality at this time. A spokesman for the city of Albany stated that there were no further details available at this time pending the outcome of the investigation. Around eight o’clock on Wednesday morning, a witness who was in the neighborhood reported seeing a helicopter from the United States Coast Guard flying overhead, hovering between the barns at the racetrack and the water.