Brian Laundrie’s Parents Call 911 When Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman Show Up To Help

 

The hunt is still on for Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of Gabby Petito who was first reported missing than later found dead after he left her and drove their van back to Florida without her.

This case has become a national sensation as Brian laundries also now reported missing after he left his parents’ home unexpectedly. Brian left his home September 14 and told his parents he going to the Florida  reserve. He did not take his cell phone and wallet with him.

The case has gone heard so much attention that reality TV star Dwayne of the TV show dog the bounty hunter Chapman call the police officers when he arrived at their home. He believes Brian laundry is still on the run and is not hiding somewhere in Mexico but perhaps somewhere up in the Appalachian Mountains as reported previously.

Brian Laundrie’s parents called the 911 on Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman over the weekend. Duane Chapman wants answers. And he has put himself out there to help find Brian laundry who is now a suspect in Gabby’s murder and wanted by the FBI.

“The police said we were welcome to knock on the door so we did,” said Chapman. “I wanted to tell the Laundrie’s that our goal is to find Brian and bring him in alive.” Reported by Yahoo News.

Laundrie went out for a hike at Sarasota County’s Carlton Reserve with only a backpack and never came back  to their North Port, Florida home. It’s obvious he is on the run.

The FBI and police will now scale back their search on 25,000-acre nature preserve after searching there for a week.

In an interview with Fox News Chapman reported that he is very confident he should have some indication of where laundry may be hiding within a week. Chapman is highly experienced at finding missing people And has been very successful in doing so. .

A reward of $30,000 offered for finding  for Brian Laundrie enters  its second week.

In previous news last week  we reported that it  has confirmed that Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie were at the Jackson, Wyoming restaurant.

Witnesses report Brian Laundrie was ‘aggressive’ toward restaurant staff in explosive argument. Restaurant patrons also remember the incident. Nina Celie Angelo, the manager and waitress at the restaurant the couple were at said  Brian Laundrie argued with not only  the hostess but  a waitress and a manager . The staff was all female.

A different story was told on Merry Piglets Mexican Grill Facebook page and said  couple were at  the Tex-Mex restaurant  but does not report any eyewitness accounts that Laundrie had argued with waitstaff. The post reads: Yes, we can confirm Gabby and Brian were in Merry Piglets. We have not deleted any comments or messages on social media. The screen shots you see were direct messages to our account and not public. We have already notified the FBI and they are aware. We are letting them do their jobs and we are respecting Gabby’s family and have nothing further to comment.

Fox News reports about the incident in the restaurant the restaurant manager described Laundrie’s body language as “aggressive” and said he left and returned about four times.

The search is still on for Gabby’s boyfriend who went missing. A Facebook post revealed by someone in the area where he may have gone  says he saw a man resembling Laundrie carrying a backpack around 6:17 a.m. in Baker, Florida, which is  500 miles away from Laundrie’s home in North Port Florida .

Brian Laundrie suddenly disappeared as the police and the FBI were searching for the boyfriend of missing Florida woman Gabby Petito on Friday. His family reported their son missing to  investigators when they did  not seen him in three days. This morning FOX News reported that Gabby’s best friend said Brian is well equipped to survive in the wilderness for many days.

Update 9-21-2021: The autopsy performed on Tuesday has been confirmed to be the body of Gabby Petito. The police are ruling this a homicide. The body was found in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park on Sunday. The cause of death remains pending final autopsy results,” the FBI tweeted Tuesday with a statement from the Jackson, Wyoming coroner.

FBI Denver Special Agent in Charge Michael Schneider said, “The FBI and our partners remain dedicated to ensuring anyone responsible for or complicit in Ms. Petito’s death is held accountable for their actions.”

Thousands are reaching out on social media to help solve this case.

 

 

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