Dog the Bounty Hunter Says He's Hot on the Trail of Brian Laundrie: 'He Was Here for Sure'

Brian Laundrie, a missing 23-year old man, is still being sought and it appears that one of the most prominent television crime fighters is also joining the hunt.
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Duane Chapman (known as Dog the Bounty Hunter) spoke to Fox News Monday night. He explained that he had received a lot of requests via social media from fans urging him join the search for Laundrie.

Chapman said he would join the search for Laundrie Saturday. He has already received over 1,000 anonymous tips and calls, and it seems like one might actually have legs.

According to a new tip, Laundrie and his parents visited Fort De Soto Park in Pinellas County Florida twice at the start of September.

It is approximately 75 miles from Laundries in North Port, Florida.

It was confirmed that lead had been tested. According to Fox News, the parents were there twice, on September 1st and 3rd, respectively, and September 6th and 8. They had registered to stay in the park, and they were caught on camera. They did get in. They came here. According to some reports, two people left on August 8th and three others arrived on June 6th. I believe Brian Laundrie has been there for certain.

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Fox 13 was informed by Pinellas County officials that there have not been any confirmed sightings at the campsite of Brian Laundrie.

Fort de Soto Park covers 1,138 acres and consists of five interconnected islands. The main island is Mullet Key.

According to the county's website, it boasts more than seven miles of waterfront and almost three miles of white sandy beaches. It also has an 800-foot-long boat launch facility with eleven floating docks.

According to The Bounty Hunter, it is possible that Laundrie could be found on any of the islands that are accessible.

Chapman claims that Brian Laundrie was there for certain, and not in the swamp.

The swamp is the Carlton Reserve. This place of interest was where authorities were actively searching for Laundrie during his disappearance.

Laundrie is wanted in the case against Gabby Petito's ex-girlfriend. She disappeared after they went on cross-country hiking and camping trips. He was later found dead in Wyoming.

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Laundrie was arrested for using her credit cards just days after being declared missing. The warrant only pertains to those charges.

Since his parents said that he was last seen on September 14, their contact with him has been lost.

The Bounty Hunter is confident that social media and his connections with his fans will allow him to find Laundrie.

He said that we would likely have a location within 48 hours where we can start tracking.

According to Laundrie's fugitive seeker, he went to the outdoors, no matter where he might be.

Fox News reported that he hopes to find Laundrie by November's 24th birthday.

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