Law enforcement officials announced Saturday morning that they were looking for Brian Laundry. Missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito’s fiance, At the Florida Nature Reserve.
“Northport Police Department, The FBI, And agency partners are currently exploring Brian Laundry’s vast Carlton Reserve. His family says they believe he entered the area earlier this week. More details when available, “Florida’s North Port Police Department tweeted after 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Carlton Reserve covers an area of 24,565 acres in Venice, Florida, with more than 90 miles of trails, according to a website run by Friends of the Carlton Reserve.
On Friday, Northport police said they were working with the FBI to find the 23-year-old laundryman when his family said they had not seen him in three days.
“The laundry family’s lawyer called FBI investigators Friday night, indicating that the family wanted to talk about their son’s disappearance. The family has now claimed,” police said in a statement. That they haven’t seen Brian since Tuesday this week. “
Northport police said they “understand the frustration of the community” and that they are frustrated.
“For six days now, the North Port Police Department and the FBI have been asking the family to contact investigators regarding Brian’s fiance Gabby Petito,” officials said.
In recent times, there have been. Protest outside the house Laundry and her parents in Northport. But police added that it is important to note that while Laundry is an interested person in the case, “he is not wanted for any crime.”
“We are not currently investigating crimes. We are now investigating more than one missing person,” he said.
on Friday, Petito’s family said. That the laundry is not missing but “hiding”.
“All of Gabby’s family wants the world to know that Brian is not missing, he is hiding.
Police He also told Fox News on Saturday. He spoke to Miranda Baker, a tic-tac-toe user, who claims to have seen the laundry ride on August 29 when he saw her hesitantly on the side of the road in Grand Tetan National Park. Saw.
“We’ve talked to him and are probably using his information in our timeline,” said North Port Police spokesman Josh Taylor. Fox News
In June, Petito and Laundry set off on a cross country trip in a van. Laundry returned to the couple’s home in Northport on September 11, 10 days before Petito’s family was reported missing.
Police announced Wednesday that Laundry was interested in the case.
Northern port. Police Chief Todd Garrison said at the time that “the lack of information from Brian is an obstacle to this investigation.”
Newsweek The FBI and Northport Police have been contacted for any updates on the search.