San Diego police are looking for the owner of the car pictured, a Cadillac Eldorado, in the death of Seamus O'Bryan.
San Diego police investigators have released images of the car sought in the hit-and-run collision that killed a property master with San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre.
Seamus O’Bryan, 32, died in the head-on collision Jan. 31at University and Granada.
O'Bryan and a passenger were riding a motorcycle eastbound on University Avenue when a white, 4-door vehicle turned in front of the motorcycle.
Officials released images of the suspect vehicle described as a 1998-2000 2-door Cadillac Eldorado ETC.
The vehicle will be off-white with stock wheels and tinted windows. Officials believe there would be minor to moderate damage to the passenger side bumper, fender and door.
The suspect's car was last seen heading south on Granada Avenue.
O’Bryan had an extensive background in arts and theater working with the La Jolla Playhouse and the UCSD School of Theater and Dance.
The human resources department at The Old Globe told NBC 7 O'Bryan was a valuable and beloved employee who worked there for three years as the stage and properties master.
The theater also shared this video of O'Bryan at their opening night celebration, just hours before the deadly crash. He had prepared a special, ukulele rendition of "Sea of Love" to share with cast and crew at the opening night party.