AUSTIN (KXAN) - Security video released Wednesday shoes David Villarreal entering the 360 Condos building with another man but only shows the second man leaving early Saturday.
The video shows the two men returning to Villarreal's condo around 2 a.m. Saturday and also shows the suspect, who was wearing a white t-shirt, leaving the area in a red car a short time later.
Villarreal, 36, was found dead in his 18th floor unit on Monday night with what appeared to be traumatic injuries. Later in the day, police said they were looking for a possible suspect in the death.
Police Sgt. Anthony Hipolito said that around 9:45 pm on Monday, they received a 911 call alerting them of a missing person. The caller said they had not seen the victim in a couple days.
The two men were seen together at Oil Can Harry's, a Fourth Street nightclub, earlier in the night according to police. Detectives are working with the bar to see if they have video or receipts that could help provide more answers.
Police would not comment on the details of the crime scene inside the apartment.
Villarreal's family drove down from the Dallas area on Wednesday to ask the suspect to come forth.
"Maybe it was spur of the moment. God will forgive you and we will forgive you," said David's aunt, Melissa Savala. "We just need closure. Please turn your self in."
Villarreal's family and friends say they do not recognize the man in the video, but say it would be unusual for David to have enemies.
"I can't comprehend the acts that led to this horrible action. I don't get it," said brother Michael Villarreal.
David's father Ruben spoke of how proud he was of his son.
"He was the American dream," said Ruben about his 36-year-old son whom earned a masters degree from Stanford University at age 20.
He hopes other fathers will learn from the tragedy.
"I am telling all fathers out there to hug your sons," said Ruben, a message her personally told a father he saw arguing with his son earlier in the week outside APD headquarters.
"I grabbed the father and said 'hug your son.' I told him my story. He hugged his son and said he would never do it again."
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