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Dog the Bounty Hunter Contracts K-9 Team In Search Of Brian Laundrie

Duane's “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman on Wednesday went in search of Brian Laundrie who he believed has a hand in the disappearance and homicide of his fiancé, Gabby Petito.
Dog the Bounty Hunter Contracted K-9 Team In Search Of Brian Laundrie
Chapman implored the aid of a private search and rescue K-9 team to search an island known as Egmont Key located off the coast of St. Petersburg in Florida for Brian. The crew in company of three K-9s departed to Egmont on boats with all the necessary equipment.

By Wednesday evening Chapman and his crew found yet no trace of Brian in Egmont or any evidence that he will be there.

“We’re out here at the island,” Chapman said in a video posted on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon. “This would be and could be a perfect spot for him to hide, not too many people out here.”

Egmont Island covers about 450 acres of land and lies about two miles southwest of Fort De Fort Park, very close to Kayak. The island has a pilot house, a ranger station and a light house that has been in existence since 1858 though basically a wildlife refuge now.

Many are of the opinion that Brian could be in the Coast of De Soto, the last place he and his parents went camping between 6-8 September as per Park Ledger.

Chapman made his intentions known on Saturday and before you know it suggestions were pouring in from all angles. He receive a tip on Monday that Brian and his parents spent the night twice in Fort De Soto Park in early September, one from Sept 1-3 and another from 6-8.

He later added: “Allegedly, what we’re hearing is two people left on the 8th. Three people came in on the 6th, and two people left on the 8th. I think he’s been here for sure.”
Dog search for fugitive
Prior to the disappearance of Petito on Sept. 11 and the discovery of her remains eight days later on Sept. 19, in Bridger-Teton National Forest in Moose Wyoming, she and Brian went on cross-country trip in a Ford Transit van over the summer and spent weeks putting in place their trips out West. Brian came home on Sept. 1 without her. Tipsters reported to have seen the couple’s van at a campground in Moose.

FBI and law enforcement has been on the search for Brian since sept.1. On Sept.17 Brian’s parents denied having seen their son since Sept.14. A federal court in Wyoming has issued a federal arrest warrant against Brian last week.