Its been four months since the body of 23-year-old Brandon Rosales was found near Mumford. Now Bryan Police want your help to catch someone they believe may have more information.
In November, volunteers from Texas Equusearch found Rosales' body off a rural road in Robertson County. He had been shot twice in the head, and partially burned.
Officers haven't charged anyone with Rosales' murder, but investigators have issued an arrest warrant for someone they believe to be connected with his case.
25-year-old Marco Agundiz is wanted for engaging in organized criminal activity. He is a 6'1" white male, weighing 175 lbs. with black hair and brown eyes.
Bryan Police believe he threatened Brandon Rosales at a party Rosales briefly attended last November, just hours before he went missing.
Rosales told family members it was Agundiz who attempted to fire two shots at him, but Agundiz's gun jammed, allowing Rosales to escape.
So far neither Bryan Police nor the Robertson County Sheriff's Office have been able to track Agundiz down.
"We have been looking for him, we've been going through our resources trying to find him and we were unable to find him so thats why we're requesting assistance from the public if they might know where he's at, to call us," said Bryan Police Officer Jason James.
Incidentally, Agundiz's sister, Alva Agundiz was shot and killed by gang gunfire just two days before Christmas in 2005.
She had been standing in a yard on Beck Street, and was caught in the middle of gun fight between the Latin Kings and Sureno gangs.
Anyone with information on her brother, Marco Agundiz can call Bryan Police at 209-5300, or Crimestoppers, at 775-TIPS. Callers do not have to leave a name, and could be eligible for a cash reward.
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