Police Say No Physical Evidence Has Been Found Linking Brian Laundrie To Carlton Reserve Area

It appears the intensive search for Brian Laundrie in the Carlton Reserve is standing to come up short.

As you know, police have been looking for the person of interest since surpassing his fiancé Gabby Petito was found sufferer in Wyoming three weeks ago. His parents recently switched up the story of when Brian went missing, with police confirming that an x-rated vehicle notice was placed on a Ford Mustang belonging to the Laundries on September 14 at one of the reserve entrances. This ways he technically left a day surpassing the two initially personal he went on a hike.

Related: Dog The Bounty Hunter Could Face Kidnapping Charges For Bringing In Brian Laundrie…

And on Friday, North Port Police Spokesman Josh Taylor told CNN that authorities have yet to find any physical vestige of the 23-year-old inside the wilderness zone in Florida at this time. However, they still plan on scouring the sprawling space until clues to his whereabouts are uncovered. The representative moreover confessed to that he feels authorities could be searching for a long time:

“We need to find something. I think there’s so much sustentation on this. I don’t know that this specimen would overly get to be a unprepossessed case. We’ll protract to search. You know, we could be searching that Carlton Reserve and nearby lands for a long, long time.”

Here’s hoping they come up with something then — or largest yet find Brian! But seriously, you would think at this point the cops would start expanding their search elsewhere since they’re seemingly hitting sufferer ends.

Thoughts, Perezcious readers? Let us know in the comments (below).

[Image via Brian Laundrie/Instagram, Dog The Bounty Hunter/Twitter]

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Oct 09, 2021 15:20pm PDT

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