The body of missing Navy veteran Jarvis McIntyre, also known as Sisqo Mills, who traveled to San Antonio to visit his siblings ahead of his birthday, was identified on June 17.

tweet from a longtime friend of his who goes by @J_McCole314 on X, formally known as Twitter, revealed that the St. Louis native went to Texas to visit his siblings. After he didn’t return and no one had heard from him following an alarming call, his family began to worry and turned to the public for help.

“His last cell phone pinged him in Benton Texas days ago …He got down there Thursday June 6, 2024 and was to come back home for his birthday. His birthday was Monday June 10th,” the tweet read in part. “No one has heard from him nor seen him since Saturday. We have been looking now for over 72 hours and the Texas authorities had been reaching out to the sister no answer. My family have jumped in their cars and gone to Texas. We have a few other updates but I’m gonna wait to release once I get updates when they get home.”

The story has gone viral due to the mystery surrounding his passing. He was last seen around Holbrook and Rittiman, which is not far from where his corpse was located. In addition, his rental car and other items he was carrying with him at the time were spotted off Holbrook Road, one block away from John James Park, according to KENS5.

McIntyre’s mother, Monikki Williams Tippet, shared that officers said the last observance of her son was him running at the park on the afternoon of June 9. She and others believe the root of her son’s death is based on racism and discrimination due to him being a Black man and being part of the LGBTQ community.

“I want answers now,” she told KENS5.

Before his whereabouts became unknown, he called 911 to notify them that he was being chased by a “racist” individual, reported First Alert 4.

A complete toxicology report is underway, but detectives have ruled out foul play for now.