A charred frame is all that's left of 23-year-old Brandon Rosales' Chevy Tahoe. Relatives haven't seen him since early Saturday morning."
"My cousin Brandon, around two-o-clock, went to a party behind El Tapatio Bar," said Chris Rosales.
45 minutes later, family members say Brandon called his cousin to pick him up, telling him he'd been threatened at the party.
"An altercation occurred or something happened at the party to make my cousin leave," said Chris Rosales.
After driving Brandon back to the party to pick up his truck, relatives say they thought Brandon was going home. Instead, Police say he went to the Oaks Apartments.
Relatives aren't sure what happened to Brandon early Saturday morning; his truck was found on oil pad in Mumford, burning.
"Keys were taken, everything was taken, there's nothing left. I just wanna know where my son's at. I don't care about the vehicle. I just need know where my son is at," said Brandon's mother, Sally Rodriguez.
"Its unlike him to not come home, call let us know," said Chris Rosales.
According to his family, Brandon wasn't familiar with the Mumford area.
"There's obvious foul play involved. We just want to know what happened," said Chris Rosales.
Relatives are asking anyone who saw Brandon that night to call police.
"My son had a future for himself," said Rodriguez. Brandon was employed as an electrician apprentice.
"We just need the help from the community. Somebody knows something," said Chris Rosales. "We just want our family member back. Alive, or closure, we need to know where Brandon is."
Anyone with information relating to Brandon Rosales is asked to call Brazos County crime stoppers, at 979-775-TIPS.
Callers can remain anonymous, and be eligible for a cash reward.
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