KYLE, Texas (KXAN) - Police are seeking the help of residents after a Kyle, Texas man was found dead near a road on Saturday night.
Phillip Duran, 37, was killed after leaving his home to go jogging. The incident occurred sometime after 10 p.m. at the intersection of FM 1626 and Kohlers Crossing.
His mom was the last to see him.
Police began searching for Duran on Sunday. His brother, Chad Benninghoff, took off work early to help and was the one who found him.
Kyle police said vehicle parts at the scene where Duran was found are believed to be related to the incident.
Benninghoff said he knew immediately Duran had been hit by a vehicle, and quickly took to Facebook to ask for help in finding out who was responsible.
Soon after, a witness reached out to him and police.
"She informed me of what happened during the accident," Benninghoff said. "Basically, a black truck was weaving down southbound 1626 and she was some distance behind it, but saw the rear headlights jolt, like it had hit something.
"They pulled over," Benninghoff continued, "and she pulled up and asked if they needed help. They said 'No, we don't need help, we just hit a deer.'"
A black side mirror recovered by authorities is believed to be consistent with those found on 2000-2006 models of the Chevy Tahoe, Suburban and Yukon.
Anyone with any knowledge of this accident, or of any vehicle matching this description with damage to a side mirror, or if any similar vehicle is brought in for repair, is asked to please contact the Kyle Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at 512-268-3232.
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