Transcript for Was Aspiring Meteorologist's Death an Accident or Suicide?
And the mysterious death of an aspiring weather man. It was reported as a suicide, but a newly-released 911 call is adding questions. Tom llamas has the story. Climbing into the low 80s. Reporter: That's timothy Engle heart, delivering one of the last forecasts before his mysterious death. My friend shot himself. We think he's dead. Reporter: Shot in the head while hanging out with friends in September. It was first reported as a suicide, but this morning, calling the death suspicious. His parents believed that all along. Timothy did not do this to himself. Reporter: The gun was found nowhere near his body. The incident took place in the front porch area of the home. The gun was inside the house, it had been moved into the house. And that's where the officers located the gun once they arrived on scene. Reporter: And his parents say they have questions about the 911 call which police are still evaluating. Take a listen as the caller speaks to another one of Tim think's friends at the scene. No, you didn't. You didn't kill him. Relax. Reporter: According to the police report, she says timothy and her boyfriend were handling the gun, and friends observed the magazine removed, and timothy took the weapon and placed it to his head and fired. A bullet apparently left in the chamber. Police have no persons of interests, but his parents say their son and student had no reason to commit suicide. He was so close to reaching his dream job as a weather man, and interned at ABC's Boston affiliate. A dream cut short when someone pulled the trigger. All I think about is my son being shot in the head. My beautiful boy. He didn't deserve that. Reporter: And the friend who made the 911 call tells us she's devastated but cannot comment until the investigation is over. Timothy's parents said he just made plans to come home for Thanksgiving. His grandmother promised to pay for the ticket.
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