Peel Regional Police are hoping newly released video will prompt someone to come forward with information about a Mississauga man whose body was found in a Michigan dump in June.

Kevin Joseph Arendt, 38, was last seen leaving the PK Bar and Grill, near Dundas Street West and Confederation Parkway, at 10:30 p.m. on June 27. That was the night of the Euro Cup semi-final soccer match between Portugal and Spain.

Arendt’s body was found in a Michigan landfill on June 29 and U.S. officials said the body likely arrived in a shipment of garbage.

The new video released Wednesday shows Arendt in his apartment lobby at 223 Webb Dr. on June 28, shortly after 12:30 a.m.

Wearing a white shirt with a crisscross pattern and jeans, Arendt is followed around the corner by a white dog before he presses the button on his elevator.

This is the last image of Arendt alive.

The second video is from earlier in the night, outside And Company nightclub in Mississauga, one of at least two downtown bars that police say Arendt went to after leaving PK Bar and Grill before he arrived at his apartment.

In that video, Arendt is waiting in line at the club and is accompanied by two unidentified women.

Police said Arendt was also seen at Failte’s Irish Pub.

According to a release, police are looking to talk to anyone who may have spoken to Arendt on the night he disappeared. They are also hoping to speak to the two women who were with Arendt in the video.

Arendt was driving a navy blue Jeep Liberty with the Wisconsin plate 324NNG on the night he was last seen.

The Jeep was left in the Mississauga city centre area and police said he may have walked home, or gotten to his apartment on Webb Drive by other means.

Before releasing this video, police have already canvassed the Mississauga neighbourhood near Arendt’s apartment and the bars where he was last seen, looking for more information.

Anyone with information about the disappearance is asked to call Peel Regional Police Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau at 905-453-3311, ext. 3205, or their local police department.