Walking Dead’ Actor Moses J. Moseley’s Family Suspect Foul Play In His Death

The 31-year-old was found dead in his car in Georgia on Jan. 26.

The Walking Dead actor Moses J. Moseley’s family does not believe that their loved one committed suicide but instead, they think he was kidnapped and murdered.

Speaking with TMZ, Moseley’s sister Teerea Kimbro suspects that her brother was reportedly kidnapped and then killed days later.

BET previously reported that Moses’ body was found in Stockbridge, Georgia on Wednesday (Jan. 26). Police are investigating his death to determine if foul play is suspected.

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According to Kimbro, the 31-year-old had a taping scheduled on Monday (Jan. 31) but did not show up, which she says is out of character for her brother, TMZ notes. Police say they found the actor’s body in his car with the doors locked, a gun in his lap and a facial bullet wound.

“It is being investigated as a possible suicide, however, detectives are following any and all available avenues and not ruling anything out,” said Randy Lee, Henry Country Police Captain.

In an official statement to PEOPLE, Moseley’s manager described the young star as  “a bright light in everyone’s eyes,” and “loved by everyone who met him.”

“Moses was an amazing person and if you had the opportunity to meet him he would have made your day amazing,” the statement added. “He was very talented, he was a great friend, the kind you could call for anything. He was always excited about life and working in the entertainment business.”

Moseley is widely-known for his role as Mike on Michonne’s (Danai Guria) pet zombies on The Walking Dead in 2012 and 2015.

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