Lawyer confirms that Brian Laundrie visited the camp site with parents where Gabby Petito’s family pledges justice

It’s been 10 days since Brian Laundry’s disappearance on the same day that made him interested in the missing person case of his girlfriend Gaby Pettito, whose body was later found later that evening.

og the Bounty Hunter, real name Duane Chapman, told police he had discovered evidence that Mr. Laundry’s family had gone camping at Fort DeSoto camps in Pinellas County, Florida.

Police dismissed the allusion, saying that no sightings of anyone resembling Laundry had been reported in the area.

However, Stephen Bertolino, a lawyer representing Brian Laundry’s family, confirmed on Tuesday that Mr. Laundry went on a camping trip with his parents after returning from his road trip. But the lawyer denied that his parents helped him hide, and insisted that the three laundries return from the camp.

Records from the Pinellas County Parks Department confirm that Laundry’s mother checked in to the Fort DeSoto camps on September 6 and left on September 8, three days before Pettito was reported missing.

At a news conference, Pettito’s family said they would continue to seek justice for her, and they believed the FBI would find Mr. Laundry. Invite him to turn himself into law enforcement.

Gabi Pettito’s family attorney, Richard Stafford, suspects Brian Laundry’s family will help the FBI find him.

Mr Stafford said Tuesday that the laundries did not help them find Pettito when she was reported missing and that they were “sure they wouldn’t help us find Brian”.

Speaking to the media for the first time, Gabi Pettito’s family urged the public to pay attention to the issues of other missing persons in the country.

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Mr. Stafford also asked “person of interest” Brain Laundrie to turn himself in to the FBI.

Duane Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, said he would not disclose any information related to Brian Laundrie’s research that could “compromise the case.”

Chapman also claimed to have received more than 1,000 “person of interest” advice regarding Mr. Laundry’s whereabouts and had reason to believe Mr. Laundry was hiding at a camping site 75 miles from his parents’ home in Northport.

“We are cooperating with law enforcement,” Chapman said Tuesday of dirty speculation that he had arranged to meet with Mr. Laundry. “We will not disclose information that would jeopardize the case.”

He explained that “he has not spoken to Laundry’s family and we have not arranged to meet with Brian Laundry.”

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