Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty for the suspect accused of killing and dismembering a Florida Uber eats driver delivering food.

Oscar Adrian Solis Jr., 30, allegedly killed 59-year-old Randall Cooke while making a delivery at a Pasco County home on April 19.

Prosecutors say it was Cooke’s first day working for Uber Eats and once inside the home he was stabbed 35 times.

Surveillance video from the home showed two men, including the suspect, taking garbage bags around the side of the house.

When deputies went to the home, they found human remains, including a foot wearing a black sock, inside the garbage bags, and Mr. Cooke’s car had been moved from the house to a nearby location.

Bryan Sarabia, a prosecutor with the Pinellas-Pasco State Attorney’s Office says he will seek the death penalty if the suspect is convicted of first degree murder and battery of a dead body.

“I’ve never seen anything like this before. I can’t wrap my mind around how an individual could be so vile,” said State’s Attorney Bruce Bartlett told reporters on Monday.

(Cooke family)

And he added: “I can’t for the life of me believe he was so casual in what he did.”

Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco has said the suspect is affiliated with the MS-13 gang and previously called the killing “a horrific crime of passion.”

“All it appears is it was a gentleman working, making his last delivery for the night,” Sheriff Nocco said. “And this person killed him for no reason and took him away from his family.”

The suspect is being held without bond, according to court records.