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Brian Laundrie Possibly Spotted In Neighboring Campers’ Selfie

Brian Laundrie Possibly Spotted In Neighboring Campers’ Selfie

 A park ranger speaks with a colleague on the road to Spread Creek Campground on September 19, 2021 near Moran, Wyoming.

A family who went camping mere yards away from the Laundrie family at Fort De Soto Park might have captured an image of fugitive Brian Laundrie in a selfie they took during their stay.

Marci Newsom and some of her extended family checked into Fort De Soto Park on September 6, the same day Brian’s mother Roberta Laundrie checked into the park, Pinellas County documents show, NBC2 reported.

The Laundries via their attorney have admitted to staying at the park from September 6-7, but records show that Roberta checked out on the 8th.

After browsing the park documents, NBC2 reached out to the Newsoms. “They looked back on their photos and found a red truck with a camper attached to it,” the report detailed. “They are similar to the truck and camper that has been parked in front of the Laundrie family home for the past two weeks.”

One of the people camping with the Newsom couple found a selfie they took. In the background of the photo, there appears to be a man who seemingly matches the description of Brian (see video, below).Brian went missing earlier this month as the search intensified for his 22-year-old girlfriend Gabby Petito, who later turned up dead. An autopsy showed homicide as Petito’s cause of death.

Brian was named a “person of interest” in the case and his family home was raided by the FBI and reportedly declared a “crime scene.” An arrest warrant was issued for Brian on September 23, but the 23-year-old remains missing.

As highlighted by The Daily Wire, reports surfaced this week suggesting Brian was spotted buying a cell phone the same day he was allegedly last seen by his family.vOutside of the FBI, Duane “Dog” Chapman, better known as “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” is also pursuing his own search for Brian.

Chapman has reportedly come across a “fresh campsite” while tracking Brian, finding a can of Monster Energy Ultra Gold in a Florida park, a report said Wednesday. Fox News reported:

Chapman discovered a campsite and fresh Monster can deep in the woods while searching Shell Island off the coast of Florida for Brian Laundrie Wednesday.

The Monster can showed no rust or faded colors, according to a Fox News Digital reporter on the scene with Chapman.

But Chapman and his team found no conclusive evidence that Laundrie was still on Egmont Key.


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