A can of Monster Energy Ultra Gold found at campsite by Dog the Bounty Hunter may be the clue to finding Brian Laundrie

A new empty can of Monster Energy Ultra Gold was found at fresh campsite at a Florida park where Laundrie passed through. The campsite is 75 miles from Laundries’ home. He went camping with his parents on Sept. 6, five days after he returned alone from the couple’s cross-country trip in her white van.

Not until Sept. 17 did Laundries’ parents reported him missing, which was three days after he allegedly told them he was going for a hike at the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota, and then he disappeared.

Laundrie has not been charged in Petito’s death but is a person of interest in Gabby’s death, which is  ruled a homicide. The Feds have  an arrest warrant issued for Laundrie on federal fraud charges for allegedly using someone else’s bank card. Brian Laundry is now a fugitive.

“We’re here at the island. This would be and could be the perfect spot for him to hide. Not too many people out here but there’s a lot of environmental things that we’re going to fight,” Chapman said on Twitter Wednesday.

Duane Chapman known  as “Dog the Bounty Hunter” has set up digs as a home base in Florida’s Marco Island to launch his search for fugitive Brian Laundrie.

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