Brian Laundry’s parents called police at Doug the Bounty Hunter when he stopped at their home Saturday as part of a search for their son.
Laundry went missing after returning home from a cross-country trip without his girlfriend, Gabby Petito, who was later found dead. An autopsy revealed the cause of death was murder.
There are multiple prizes and a campaign going on for Laundry, who last saw her parents. They were largely uncooperative in law enforcement. He is currently being sought by federal authorities for a grand jury charge of “his activities after Gabriel Petito’s death”, including his debit or credit card use.
Duane “Dog” Chapman stopped at the parents’ house অনুর asked Roberta Laundry to call 9-1-1.
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“Woman, Roberta … called 911,” heard a sender say on a radio recording that she “mentioned a situation with a man.”
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Chapman told Fox News that he spoke with North Port police before going to the laundry home.
“It’s a shame they won’t talk to us,” he said. “The police said we welcomed the knock on the door so we did. I want to tell the laundries that our goal is to find Brian and keep him alive. ”
Bounty Hunter Dog at Home https://t.co/C4o7kSmc4m
– Brian Antin September 25, 2021
Doug The Bounty Hunter told Fox News on Monday that he has received more than a thousand tips from supporters in the laundry case.
Dog The Bounty Hunter joins Brian Laundry Manhunt, saying he has more than 1,000 leads https://t.co/eq6ivghciu
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