Brian Laundrie’s parents called police on Dog the Bounty Hunter when he stopped by their home on Saturday as part of his search for their son.
Laundrie disappeared after returning home from a cross country run without his girlfriend Gabby Petito, who was later found dead. The autopsy found that the cause of death was a murder.
There are several rewards and a hunt going on for Laundrie, who was last seen by his parents. They were largely uncooperative with law enforcement. He is currently sought by federal authorities in connection with a major jury charge for his ‘activities after the death of Gabrielle Petito’, including the use of her debit or credit cards.
Duane “Dog” Chapman stopped at the parental home – which asked Roberta Laundrie to call 9-1-1.
“The female, Roberta … called 911”, a transmitter was heard on a radio recording, adding that she was “referring to a situation with the man”.
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Chapman told Fox News he spoke to North Port police before going to Laundrie House.
“It’s a shame they would not talk to us,” he said. ‘The police said we were welcome to knock on the door, so we did. I wanted to tell the laundries that our goal is to find Brian and bring him in alive. ”
Dog the prey hunter at home https://t.co/C4o7kSmc4m
– Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) 25 September 2021
Dog the Bounty Hunter told FOX News on Monday that he had received more than 1,000 tips from fans about the Laundrie case.
Dog the Bounty Hunter joins Brian Laundrie’s hunt and says he’s gotten more than 1,000 clueshttps://t.co/eq6ivghciu
– Jim (@DAYUNITEDSTATES) 27 September 2021