A Dallas family is asking for help after they say a father disappeared more than a month ago after he was involved in a car crash.
The family of 32-year-old Alejandro Arzola said he was on his way home from a friend's house on June 20 at about 3 p.m. when his truck hit a guardrail on Loop 12 near Interstate 35E and flipped over.
Arzola's sister, Yadria Arzola, said her younger brother called his girlfriend to tell her what happened, but by the time police arrived, Arzola's car was abandoned and he was missing.
"When police got there, he wasn't there. When the ambulance got there, he wasn't there," said Arzola.
Not only that, but she said items were missing from her brother's truck.
"All his belongings, the speaker, a car seat," she said. "I've checked everywhere, everywhere, and I can't find him. I've looked in jails, hospitals, the morgue. I haven't been able to find him."
Arzola said she's worried her brother could've been hurt and wandered off, or that someone picked him up.
The latest news from around North Texas.
She said her brother has never gone missing before and would never leave his young children.
"I think by now he would've contacted his mother at least, because he knows she's always worried about him. Somebody," she said through tears.
Arzola said her family is working with police but is receiving very little information and her brother's case has been transferred several times.
She's hoping someone saw something the day of her brother's crash and can give the family a clue as to his whereabouts.
"Right now the only hope we have is praying that he'll be OK and that we can find him," she said. "We're just waiting patiently, patiently for something."