“Chris Laundry was asked to assist law enforcement in their search,” attorney Steve Bertolino said Wednesday.
Florida fugitive Brian Laundry’s attorney said Wednesday that Christopher Laundry will begin assisting authorities in the search for his son – who was last seen on Sept. 13, days after his fiancée Gabby Pettito officially became a missing person. Was.
The FBI later uncovered Petito’s remains at a remote Wyoming campsite on September 19.
“Chris Laundry was asked today to assist law enforcement in the search for Brian,” family attorney Steve Bertolino told Granthshala News on Wednesday night. “Since the preserve is closed to the public, Chris has not been able to find Brian in the only place where Chris and Roberta believe Brian may be.”
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He said North Port police had to “postpone” the elderly’s participation in laundry and did not participate in the search on Wednesday, which saw an increase in police presence over the weekend after resources ran low.
“Chris and Roberta are hoping there will be another opportunity to assist,” he said, referring to both Brian Laundry’s parents.
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Bertolino told newsday Before Chris was “excited” to participate in the laundry search—after weeks of complete silence on the subject and barely leaving his house.
He also claimed that the large laundry discovered the T. Mabry Carlton Jr. Reserve on its own on Monday. September 13 when her son did not come home that night – even though the parents told police that Friday they had last seen their son on Tuesday, according to the paper.
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“North Port Police informed me that they were focusing on certain areas of the protected area today and they were really hoping Mr Laundry could join them in that search,” Bertolino told the newspaper. “Mr. Laundry has consented and we await a call from the North Port Police Department to do so.”
Brian Laundry was named a person of interest in Petito’s disappearance a few days before authorities found him dead. On September 23, the FBI announced a federal warrant for bank fraud charges after he allegedly used someone else’s debit card without authorization for more than $1,000.
Their whereabouts remained unknown as of Wednesday evening – but a search continues for weeks in the reserve, with reports of possible sightings in other parts of Florida and along the Appalachian Trail, where it runs below the border of North Carolina and Tennessee.