He begged his sister to call 911. Now he's missing after visiting a Miami club.

Jeremiah Chavez
Jeremiah Chavez Miami police

Update: Missing man last seen at a nightclub is found behind a wall at Archdiocese of Miami

Police are looking for an Orlando man who mysteriously went missing at Club Space sometime between Saturday night and Sunday afternoon.

The family of Jeremiah Chavez — who turns 28 on Tuesday — drove to South Florida Monday. Instead of buying him a birthday cake, they filed a missing person's report with Miami Police.

Detectives say Chavez was last seen wearing black pants and a gray buttoned-down shirt with a skeleton on the back side.

The man's disappearance has rallied multitudes of people on Facebook and Twitter after Chavez' sister took to social media.

"We are completely shattered until we see him make it home safe," Jaicy Chavez posted on Facebook. "We need all the prayers we can receive. His birthday would have been tomorrow which makes this circumstance so much more difficult."

According to the man's family, Chavez somehow became separated from his friends at the club Saturday. The next day, he randomly called his sister, urging her to call police because he was being chased. After that, the man posted a video on Snapchat asking for help. Miami Police say it could have been taken at the Braman BMW dealership in downtown Miami.

Officials say Chavez is bald, weighs about 175 pounds and has brown eyes.

If you have any information, police ask that you call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.

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