Gabby Petito: Florida park surveillance footage part of FBI investigation: LIVE UPDATES


Florida park surveillance footage part of FBI investigation

The FBI is examining surveillance footage of the Fort De Soto park area in Florida as part of its investigation into the fate of Brian Laundrie, who has been reported missing since mid-September, Fox News has learned.

A spokesperson for the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Fox News Digital on Wednesday that surveillance footage from Fort De Soto Park in Tierra Verde was being reviewed as part of the FBI’s “open and active investigation” .

News of the FBI’s investigation of the footage came after Fox News Digital requested surveillance footage of parts of the park and was told by a county spokesperson that the sheriff’s office was returning all files regarding the matter at the FBI field office in Denver.

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North Port Police: Researchers retreat to Carlton Reserve

North Port Police Department Public Information Officer Josh Taylor told Fox News researchers “came out today” on the Carlton reservation because Brian Laundrie’s whereabouts are unknown.

“Water levels have fallen, which was necessary in some areas,” he added.

North Port resident returns home in Laundrie to water the flowers after childbirth

Mike Parsons, a North Port resident, returned to the laundry property on Wednesday to water the flowers he had previously left at home.

Flower deliveries have poured into the property this week as the search continues for Brian Laundrie, the person of interest in Gabby Petito’s death.

“We put some flowers down the other day and I thought they would get a little dry, so I wanted to come and put some water on them… It’s just important, like a lot of people,” Parsons told Fox. News from Stéphanie Pagones.

Parsons said he did not know the Petito family personally, but “I have followed the case very closely. “

“I think everyone [has], it touches their hearts, ”he added.

Dog the Bounty Hunter looks for leads in Appalachian Trail after reported sightings

Investigators working with Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman focus on portions of the Appalachian Trail in North Carolina as they continue their search for Brian Laundrie, who is wanted on bank fraud charges after his fiancée, Gabby Petito, was found dead in Wyoming.

As the manhunt continues, people have claimed to have seen the 23-year-old avid hiker in Watauga County, North Carolina, according to multiple reports. Users of a private Facebook page, Appalachian Classifieds, described how people “reported seeing Brian Laundrie in Boone, North Carolina,” according to the Watauga Democrat.

The Watauga County Sheriff’s Office told local affiliate FOX 46, “We are investigating these allegations, but nothing has been verified.” The sheriff’s office did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for confirmation.

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Gabby Petito case helps researchers find probable body of another missing person

The Teton County Search and Rescue nonprofit said it had located a body in Wyoming believed to be Robert Lowery – a 46-year-old missing man – following renewed interest in the case due to the Gabby Petito investigation.

Widespread media coverage of Gabby Petito’s research helped shed light on Lowery’s case and led at least two members of the public to call local authorities last weekend with new information on his possible latest point. of view, ”the group said. wrote on Facebook.

Lowery, from Houston, was last seen on August 20.

“Teton County Search & Rescue conducted a search for Robert ‘Bob’ Lowery at Teton Pass, Wyo. Base on Tuesday, September 28,” the group said. “After a four hour search on foot, a team with a search dog located a body matching Lowery’s description on a steep, wooded slope.”

The man believes he spoke to Brian Laundrie days before Gabby Petito disappeared:

A Louisiana man thinks he spoke with Brian Laundrie near Yellowstone National Park days before Gabby Petito went missing. Hunter Mannies, who was traveling across the country in late August, described an “extremely uncomfortable” interaction with a man who looked like Laundrie and introduced himself as “Brian” at a local bar.

“It was a strange encounter,” Mannies said on “Fox & Friends,” noting that he didn’t know who Laundrie was at the time, as was the case before Petito disappeared.

Mannies was traveling with a friend through Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. The couple stopped at a bar in West Yellowstone, MT after visiting the Tetons.

“There was a lone guy at the end of the bar,” Mannies said. “We really didn’t pay him much attention until he sort of became – he just seemed too invested in our conversation and finally ended up talking.”

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Couple talk about camping next to laundromat at Fort De Soto Park

Marci Newsom, who camped next to the Laundrie family at Fort De Soto Park in early September, documents show NBC2 that “they kept for themselves.”

A selfie the couple captured at their campsite shows a man walking in the background, possibly Brian Laundrie.

“If someone I know was missing I wouldn’t go camping,” her husband Kenny told the station.

The Laundrie family went camping without reporting Gabby Petito’s disappearance

Brian Laundrie’s mother Roberta checked in at a Florida park about 75 miles north of the family’s home earlier this month, according to recordings obtained by Fox News.

Laundrie, 23, went missing on September 14 – although her parents didn’t say anything until three days later. His 22-year-old fiancée, Gabby Petito, was found dead in Wyoming on September 19 – weeks after the couple were seen camping near the site of his remains. The coroner later ruled her death a homicide.

Duane “Dog” Chapman, also known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, announced on Saturday that he was entering in search of Laundrie, and tips quickly poured in. He told Fox News he learned on Monday that Laundrie’s parents spent the night at Fort De Soto Park with their son twice in early September from September 1-3 and September 6-8. -Paul Best

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Brian Laundrie’s Florida home awash in flowers addressed to his late fiancee

A flood of flower deliveries addressed to Gabby Petito continues to arrive at Brian Laundrie’s family home in North Port, Florida, where she lived for about two years before leaving on a trip across the country with her fiance in June.

The initiative aims to keep Gabby’s memory alive as Brian Laundrie’s parents continue to face backlash on multiple fronts.

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