Moses J. Moseley’s family claims that new evidence reveals he was kidnapped and murdered.

Due to fresh information, the shooting death of Walking Dead actor Moses J. Moseley is now being examined as suspected foul play. Family members believe he was kidnapped and murdered, and his death was staged to appear as a suicide.

Moseley, 31, was found dead in his car late last month in Stockbridge, Georgia, a city on the outskirts of Atlanta, with a bullet to the head and a revolver on his lap. He played the armless and jawless Mike, a pet zombie, on The Walking Dead from 2012 to 2015.

Relatives reported the star hadn’t communicated with them since January 23. According to TMZ, they filed a missing person’s report on January 26. They then phoned OnStar, a car security firm that was able to track his vehicle.

Moseley was initially suspected of suicide by cops.

Moses’ sister, Teerea Kimbro, told TMZ earlier this month that those who knew her brother knew he loved life and would never commit suicide, and that she believes he was slain three days before his body was discovered by Georgia authorities who were investigating his death as a possible suicide.

Moses’ sister informed the publication that her brother, who played a zombie on the hit show, had a recording set the Monday before his body was discovered but did not show up, something she claims he would never do.

The actor had recently completed a film in which he played a man by chance.

‘The possibility of the death being a suicide was considered throughout the preliminary inquiry while not ruling out any other options,’ Stockbridge Police Department Captain Randy Lee told TMZ.

‘As the inquiry advanced and more information was collected, evaluated, and analyzed, alternative possibilities emerged, including the possibility of an accident.’

‘It’s crucial to stress that the matter is still open/active, and EVERY possibility and lead is being properly researched,’ Lee wrote.

Moseley’s family had expressed suspicions that he had been kidnapped and murdered from the outset, and had questioned if his death was suicide.

Moseley’s family member told TMZ that authorities had gathered evidence suggesting his death was not a suicide, including the position of blood splatter, the way the bullet pierced his skull, and his grasp on the gun.

Moseley’s hold on the gun was determined to be ‘loose,’ as if it had been placed in his hand after the occurrence.

Investigators noted how the bullet penetrated Moseley’s eye but did not escape his skull, according to the unnamed family member.

According to officials, when someone shoot themselves in the head, the bullet usually leaves from the opposite side.

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