A Bryan family continues to search for a 23-year-old man, who went missing over the weekend.
Monday, friends and family of Brandon Rosales, conducted a search around The Oaks apartment complex--the last place Rosales was seen early Saturday.
Family members say prior to that, Rosales left a party after reportedly being threatened. Hours later, his SUV was found burning in Mumford.
Rosales' loved ones are still searching for answers.
"It's very impossible for no one to know what happened to my son-it's impossible," Sally Rodriguez said. "I mean there was a party going on, somebody was there, somebody knows something, somebody's seen something. I wish, and I'm begging them for any information they have towards my son, please call me, contact the police."
Beginning Tuesday morning, Texas Equusearch will begin searching for Rosales.
The group will meet at 8:30 a.m. at Fellowship Freewill Baptist Church in Bryan.
Equusearch is asking for volunteers as well as four-wheelers and horses.
For more information call 713-301-6813.
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