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Final moments caught on video

VALE: Dylan Daure.
VALE: Dylan Daure. CONTRIBUTED

THE final moments of Dylan Daure's life have been captured on security surveillance.

A movement camera on the outside wall of the Middy's Complex, Buderim picked up the 19-year-old walking around for several minutes before he disappeared from view about 1am Sunday.

It is believed he then climbed a 1.5m concrete wall and fell into thick scrub off a vacant block on Ballinger Ct.

The loved and talented rugby player was found dead behind the wall on Tuesday.

Police said Dylan was naked in the footage.

He had walked 500m to the complex from the Buderim State School.

He had taken off his clothes at the state school and left them on a veranda outside a classroom.

This followed a night of drinking with his brother-in-law.

Sunshine Coast officer-in-charge, Detective Senior Sergeant Daren Edwards said nobody was seen with Dylan in the footage.

"He was just walking around for several minutes by himself," Snr Sgt Edwards said.

Dylan had walked to the area from the Buderim Tavern, where he had been drinking with his brother-in-law.

The pair left the tavern together and started walking east down Kings St.

They were talking on the phone to Dylan's brother in Townsville, who told them to call a taxi.

His brother-in-law then returned to the tavern and Dylan continued walking towards the school.

He was not seen again until his body was discovered four days later.

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