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Additional resources from the FBI were brought in to help. Florida authority continue the search NS Sarasota County Swampland Thursday to find the one person who might know what happened Gabby Petito But the search ended with “nothing found” once again.


Federal, state and local officials are looking for any signs of Brian Laundry in the Carlton Reserve. he is The only person interested in Gabby’s death, what happened ruled a massacre. One An arrest warrant was issued for him on charges of “use of unauthorized access devices” late Thursday.

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Five days have now passed in the reserve and officials plan to return on Friday.

Retired FBI agent Stuart Kaplan told Granthshala 13’s Kimberly Kuizen that, despite the apparent lack of results, the large-scale search is not a lost effort as investigators work to zero in on a substance. At this point, he may not be Brian Laundry himself, but it could be just as important.

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“I think it’s more that they believe or have some information and it’s probably again, because digital footprints have been left behind, whether it’s GPS technology or cell phone technology, that has made it easier for him to get to that location.” whereabouts and they think he tried to abandon or hide or destroy evidence,” Kaplan explained. “We leave our whereabouts to our apps, all your open apps are tracking you right now. That technology is going to be very useful to law enforcement and so I don’t believe they’re wasting their time.” ”

The North Port Police Department, which has led the search operation so far, has not disclosed why investigators believe a search of the area is important, other than to say that he is still missing. His parents had said that was the last time he went.

Brian Laundry’s parents brought back the silver Ford Mustang, which had been taken away by North Port Police a few days earlier. (Granthshala News)

Back at their home in North Port, Brian’s parents returned Thursday morning with Ford Mustang that was removed for processing by officials this week. Roberta laundry was seen exiting the Mustang and went back to the truck driven by her husband Chris and left the property.

The search involved a range of resources: scent-sniffing dogs, swamp buggies, drones, ATVs, airboats and divers – which were requested before Wednesday afternoon.

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Laundry’s parents reported him missing last Friday, telling police he had walked into the Carlton Reserve three days earlier and had not returned. He also told the police that he later found his Mustang there and decided to bring it back home.

Meanwhile, Laundry’s neighbors are sharing details about the behavior they found strange in the days after Brian returned home from Wyoming, before Gabby was reported missing.

Neighbors Told Granthshala Laundries seen taking a weekend camping trip A few days later, Gabby’s family reported her missing – with her son in the family’s new camper – and calls and texts to Brian and his parents continued to go unanswered.

Of earlier: Neighbors: Brian Laundry, parents go on a trip with new camper after Gabby’s disappearance

An autopsy on Tuesday ruled Gabby’s death a homicide, but the official report, which has yet to be released publicly, will shed more light on the exact cause of death.

Gabby Petito Death

On Tuesday, a coroner Confirmed that a body found Sunday in Wyoming was indeed Gabby. He said that the manner of death was murder. Investigators believe that Brian – Gabby’s fiancée – is the last person to see her alive.

The remains were discovered in Bridger-Teton National Forest on Sunday following a national search for the 22-year-old. Video captured by a Tampa family vacationing The pair’s van parked at the Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area in the woods was accidentally caught; Gabby’s body was later found nearby.

Video captured by a Tampa family vacationing The pair’s van parked at the Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area in the woods was accidentally caught; Gabby’s body was later found nearby.

Her body was found about three weeks later when Brian returned home with the camper van to North Port – without Gabby. Brian was later named the person interested in his disappearance. The remains were discovered in Bridger-Teton National Forest on Sunday following a national search for the 22-year-old.

As a digital trail of evidence, North Port Police Chief Todd Garrison said last week that he did not have Gabby’s phone and was still looking for it. As of Wednesday, it doesn’t look like the police have Brian’s phone. It may have been one of the items he took with him when his parents said he was gone.

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Gabby was documenting the trip across the country on social media. His last post was on August 25, the day he last spoke to his family over the phone.

The FBI and other local law enforcement began a search in the National Forest on Saturday, Sept. 18. Gabby visited the area on 27 August; Her family reported her missing on September 11 after her fiancée, Brian, Returned to North Port, Florida with Van, but without Gabby, following a Domestic dispute in Moab, Utah.

A 911 caller who reported a “domestic dispute” between Brian and Gabby on August 12 A dispatcher was heard saying that “the gentleman was slapping the girl.”

body camera footage Responding officers showed Petito crying in the couple’s van. Officials separated the couple for the night to cool off.

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After a missing person’s report was filed on September 11, police in North Port and elsewhere began searching for him, but to no avail from the Laundry family in narrowing down the search.

Brian Laundry missing

Investigators said Brian had not been seen since September 14, according to his parents, who said they believed he was in the park. Officials turned their attention to Carlton Reserve over the weekend. As of now, the protected has been closed until further notice. Non-Profit, Friends of Carlton Reserve.

Now, Over the weekend, investigators scoured the reserve But search efforts were concentrated at the northern harbor end. He stopped his search on Monday – The day the FBI issued a search warrant on Brian’s parents’ home in North Port – resumes on Tuesday, this time in Venice, on the other side of the reserve.

Tuesday, Investigator once again out in full force, using drones, swamp buggies and dogs to try and take a mark on Brian.

Rainfall over the past few days has not made it any easier for investigators to find Brian. The Carlton Reserve is a large area – over 25,000 acres of heavily wooded and marshy land. The plethora of wildlife that calls it home, including gators and snakes.

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At this point, it is unclear what Brian’s parents have told investigators about his whereabouts or why the search has shifted to the Venetian side of the reserve. Many believe that Brian is using Florida’s vast wilderness to his advantage in order to escape the authorities.

After not speaking with investigators for several days, the laundry family eventually told investigators that Brian had left a few days earlier with a backpack that was going to be preserved. The family’s lawyer said Brian’s parents actually went looking for him on Wednesday and parked his car at a protected location, but they left it so he could drive home.


Brian Laundry as seen in August 12 Moab Police bodycam video

However, when he did not return on Thursday morning, the parents say that they themselves went to get the car.

Now armed with an arrest warrant, investigators are seeking help from the public in locating Brian Laundry. They say he is a white male, 5 foot-8 and weighs 160 pounds. She has brown eyes, very short brown hair, cropped facial hair, and was last seen wearing a hiking bag with a waist strap.

Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI.

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