Raimundo 'Ray' Modia, Jr., 34, was a loving father to his son.
He also owned a high-end car rental business in South Beach.
This bright yellow Lamborghini Murcielago was one of three cars stolen from Ray Modia in the fall of 2011.
It was since recovered in Los Angeles, approximately one month after Ray's death.
Nalio Williams is suspected of murdering Ray Modia in a warehouse parking lot in West Park, Fla. on December 22, 2011.
Cops believe a man resembling this sketch was with Nalio Williams and actively participated in the murder of Ray Modia on December 22, 2011.
Nalio Williams has an extensive criminal history littered with more than 45 ID-and-car theft-related arrests and numerous convictions.
Nalio Williams has ties throughout South Florida, as well as Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Cops tell us that after the murder of Ray Modia, Nalio Williams abandoned this Toyota Tundra at the West Park crime scene, fleeing in Ray's car instead.
During the shootout in which Ray Modia was killed, two bullets shattered the windshield on the Toyota Tundra cops say Nalio Williams drove to the scene.
This photo was taken of Nalio Williams at a hospital on the night of Dec. 22, 2011. He entered the ER suffering from a gunshot wound. After providing a responding officer with a bogus story, cops say he walked out on his own and hasn't been seen since.