Police have removed Brian Laundry’s parents from their Florida home and declared the property a “crime site.”
Police and the FBI entered the laundry home in North Port on Monday morning. He announces that he has a search warrant and can be heard saying “you are in a crime scene”.
Earlier, officers had closed a search for Mr Laundry in the Florida reserve where he is believed to have fled last week.
North Port Police said Monday they have no plans to conduct a major search of Carlton Reserve near their parents’ home again today because they have “ended all avenues” there, Fox News informed of.
“At this time, we currently believe that we have exhausted all avenues of search of the grounds there,” said North Port Police spokesman Josh Taylor.
“Law enforcement agencies continue to search for Brian Laundry.”
Mr Laundry was named a man of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend Gabby Pettito, 22, whose remains were found on Sunday in Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming.
Ms Petito was last seen alive on 24 August and her parents last spoke to her the next day.
Mr Laundry returned to his home on 1 September and refused to cooperate with the authorities in the search for his missing girlfriend.
He has not been seen since leaving his parents home six days ago.
A lawyer for the laundry family reportedly said abc7 that he said he was going on a hike in the nearby Carlton Reserve, and failed to return to his parents’ home, which he and Ms. Petito had shared together.
When they went looking for him on Wednesday, his family only found his vehicle parked near the reserve, which is spread over 24,000 acres and located north of his parents’ home.
Laundry attorney Steven Bertolino said police had put a note on the vehicle asking for it to be removed, and that the family was said to have left it until Thursday, if he returned.
On Sunday, investigators announced they had found a “consistent” body with Ms Petito’s – eight days after she was reported missing on September 11, and a nationwide police search.
Ms. Petito and Mr. Laundry’s van were filmed by two passers-by on the side of a dirt road near Spread Creek, Wyoming, at the site where the body was found on August 27.
Credit: www.independent.co.uk / Brian Laundrie