The search for Brian Laundrie at the Carlton Preserve slowed over the weekend with North Port police saying they searched on a smaller scale, and mostly by air on Sunday.
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Six days into the search for Brian Laundrie, police insisted the grueling, exhausting search at Carlton Reserve in Sarasota County is worthwhile as they try to solve Gabby Petito's disappearance. They plan to continue through the weekend.
Additional FBI resources were brought in to help Florida authorities continue the search of Sarasota County swampland to find the one person who may know what happened to Gabby Petito, but the search wrapped up once again with “nothing found.”
The FBI is urging anyone who may have seen Laundrie and Petito in the Grand Teton area to submit a tip. The agency is also requesting any other tips nationally.
Vdeo allegedly shows her twisting and bending the child's leg so aggressively that it fractured.
As law enforcement marked another day in the search for Brian Laundrie, former "America’s Most Wanted" host John Walsh believes the public will find Gabby Petito’s fiancé in the end.
Neighbors told Fox News Wednesday that the Laundrie family – Christopher and Roberta Laundrie and their son, Brian – appeared to go on a trip in a new camper about a week after Brian got back to Florida in Gabby Petito's van.
Charlene Guthrie, who lives across the street from where Brian Laundrie lives, said the Laundrie family should have come forward and spoke to investigators in Gabby Petito's case sooner. 'They remained so normal through the whole thing, you know, while they were here, till he went on the run.'
Law enforcement spent another day Wednesday searching a Venice preserve for Brian Laundrie, the person of interest in the Gabby Petito case. For the first time, investigators brought in a dive team and cellular signal boosters.
The only person of interest in Gabby Petito’s case has yet to be found, and now that investigators believe they have found her body, their efforts to track down Brian Laundrie have since intensified in the "unforgiving terrain" near his home.
Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito moved in with his parents in 2019; the following year, they got engaged, FOX News reports.
The search for Brian Laundrie moved from a swampy Sarasota preserve back to the home he shares with his family Monday. FBI agents spent most of the day searching the home, filling police vehicles with evidence, and speaking with his parents.
The cancellation came after a conversation the Laundrie’s family attorney had with the FBI on Monday, FOX 5 NY reported.
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Daytona Beach Police explained the K-9, Ali, donated some much-needed blood to Volusia Sheriff dog Ax over that weekend.
Gabby Petito is still missing and investigators have yet to compel Brian Laundrie or his parents to talk, but the calls for them to do so are growing even louder and some of their Florida neighbors have decided they won’t keep quiet so long as the Laundries stay silent.
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