Brian Laundrie ‘captured in selfie’ even though tenting with dad and mom times following Gabby Petito considered to have died

A Florida pair who camped beside the Laundrie relatives times immediately after Gabby Petito is thought to have died say they may well have captured Brian Laundrie in a selfie.

Mr Laundrie arrived at the Fort De Soto Park in Pinellas County, with moms and dads Christopher and Roberta on 6 September.

Fort Myers couple Marci and Kenny Newsom advised NBC2 they checked into the campsite on the exact day and stayed just metres from the Laundries in the neighbouring web site.

Campers at the Fort De Soto Park in Pinellas County, Florida, believe they may possibly have captured Brian Laundrie strolling in the background of a selfie


Just after scouring their pics, they noticed a male in the history walking across a subject with a near-cropped haircut who seems to match Brian Laundrie’s description.

A spokeswoman from the FBI‘s Denver Division which is top the search for Mr Laundrie said they have been not able to comment on the sighting.

“This is an ongoing investigation and we have no remark other than what is posted in our formal statements.”

Steve Bertolino, the Laundrie relatives lawyer, reported Mr Laundrie and his mother and father stayed checked out of the campsite on 7 September, but a public details request of park documents reveals they remaining the subsequent day.

Marci Newsom informed NBC2 she recalled viewing the Laundrie’s purple truck, but didn’t converse to the relatives.

“They kept to on their own. They ended up there and then they weren’t.”

At the time the Laundries had been camping in Pinellas County, Gabby Petito’s mothers and fathers were desperately seeking to get hold of them to see if they realized the place she was.

Ms Petito’s mother Nichole Schmidt noted her missing on 11 September, and her remains were being observed 8 days later on in Wyoming soon after a nationwide research.

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie visited the Fort De Soto historic Fort in February


Duane “Dog” Chapman, identified as Doggy the Bounty Hunter, instructed Fox Information that he gained a suggestion suggesting that Mr Laundrie and his dad and mom visited the park 2 times, 1-3 September and 6-8 September.

He additional that on the second excursion, three people today entered the park but only two people today still left.

“They had been registered, went through the gate,” he stated. “They’re on camera. They were here.”

Mr Laundrie’s parents have denied any involvement in their son’s disappearance.

Ms Petito and Mr Laundrie frequented the Fort De Soto Park in February, posting photographs of their keep there to Instagram and posting a critique of the site on a camping app The Dyrt.

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