An unmarked ammunition was collected by Georgia investigators from a wooded area near the site where Debbie Collier partly naked And the burnt corpse was found earlier this month.
projectile was Found by Fox News Digital 20-30 yards from the crime scene in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest near Athens, Georgia, on Tuesday.
Detectives from the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene and took the shot.
He told the news site that although this round may have nothing to do with Collier’s murder, it could still be a clue.
Collier, 59, was found dead in a ravine on September 11 after he handed over $2,385 to his daughter with a chilling message that read: “They won’t let me go, love you.”
Investigators later revealed that Collier’s death was not a suicide, and that there was no evidence to suggest that he was abducted.
They were awaiting the results of Collier’s autopsy to determine how he died.
earlier this week, Surveillance Video from the Family Dollar Store Collier looked calm in Clayton, shopping for a blue tarp, lighter, tote bag and rain poncho the day before he was found dead.
Two weeks after Collier’s stomach burn, police still haven’t named a suspect or person of interest.
The woman’s daughter, Amanda Bearden, and the daughter’s live-in boyfriend, Andrew Geirgerich, both of whom have a history of domestic violence allegationstold The Post that he was questioned by detectives and that his phones were confiscated.
On Tuesday, Geirgerich told Fox News Digital that he and Bearden were not involved in Collier’s murder, claiming they were living in fear.
“We sleep with stuff in front of our front door and our back door because we have nothing to do with it,” he told the outlet. “We’re a little scared ourselves.”
Habersham County Sheriff is expected to hold a press briefing about the case at 9 a.m. Friday.