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Brian Laundrie Captured/Found in Selfie

by Jay

Brian Laundrie Captured/Found in Selfie – A Florida couple who tented next to the Laundrie family days after Gabby Petito’s death claims to have taken a selfie with Brian Laundrie.

On September 6, Mr Laundrie and his parents Christopher and Roberta landed in Fort De Soto Park in Pinellas County.

Marci and Kenny Newsom of Fort Myers told NBC2 that they arrived at the campground on the same day and remained just meters away from the Laundries in the neighboring site.

Brian Laundrie may have been spotted walking in the backdrop of a selfie by campers at Fort De Soto Park in Pinellas County, Florida.

Brian Laundrie may have been spotted walking in the backdrop of a selfie by campers at Fort De Soto Park in Pinellas County, Florida.

They discovered a man in the backdrop strolling across a field with a close-cropped haircut who appears to match Brian Laundrie’s description after going through their images.

The FBI’s Denver Division, which is in charge of the search for Mr Laundrie, said it couldn’t comment on the report.

“We have no response other than what is stated in our public comments because this is an ongoing investigation.”

Mr Laundrie and his parents stayed checked out of the camper on September 7, according to Steve Bertolino, the Laundrie family attorney, although a public information request of park records showed they left the next day.

Marci Newsom told NBC2 that she saw the Laundrie’s red truck but never spoke to the family.

“They remained silent. They were present for a brief moment and then vanished.”

Nichole Schmidt, Ms Petito’s mother, reported her missing on September 11th, and her remains were discovered eight days later in Wyoming following a worldwide search.

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie paid a visit to the historic Fort De Soto in February.

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie paid a visit to the historic Fort De Soto in February.

Dog the Bounty Hunter, Duane “Dog” Chapman, told Fox News that he received a tip that Mr Laundrie and his parents visited the park twice, on September 1-3 and September 6-8.

He went on to say that three persons entered the park on the second excursion, but only two people exited.

He explained, “They were registered and went through the gate.” “They’re being recorded. They had arrived.”

Mr Laundrie’s parents have denied having anything to do with their son’s abduction.

Ms Petito and Mr Laundrie visited the Fort De Soto Park in February, documenting their stay on Instagram and writing a review on the camping app The Dyrt.

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