Issachar Akaka, 18, loved to play music.
"He's so talented. He can play all kinds of instruments. He can sing. He can make you laugh," said Akaka's older sister Shawnnell Alonso.
That's how his siblings are remembering the teen. He was shot and killed early Sunday morning after leaving a house party in Las Vegas.
His friends pulled into a nearby convenience store for help and the shooter got away.
"My brother is dead and this guy is walking around alive. They have to do something about it. I hope they catch him soon," said older brother Isaiah Akaka.
While the family waits for justice, they're sharing memories of their brother. The siblings all grew up together.
"We were always there for each other, you know, and I just wish he was still here with us," said Elijah Akaka.
Issachar moved to Las Vegas from Hawaii about a year ago. He was working, had a girlfriend and wanted to be a bodybuilder.
"He was into lifting weights. He was a big boy , but, to us, he's our baby," said Alonso.
"We love him and we miss him and he left a lot of memories with us and we wish we could have him instead of his memories," said older sister Isabel Akaka.
Police have not yet found the suspects in Sunday's shooting. They were last spotted driving a white 4-door car. A passenger in the car is accused of firing the deadly shots.