The search for Brian Laundrie has been going on for five weeks. Actress Kirstie Alley tweeted that he could be hiding in the “crawl space” in his Florida house.
The FBI came to Brian Laundrie’s house. They didn’t bring any dogs or anything like that with them, so I think he was either not there at the time or hiding in a crawlspace.
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Here’s my new, well not so new because I keep going back-and-forth on it, theory. I think Brian Laundrie is in his house. When the FBI went in they didn’t go in with dogs. I think he was either not there at the “moment” or in a crawlspace. I literally think he’s in there.
— Kirstie Alley (@kirstiealley) October 17, 2021
Some Twitter users agreed with the tweet. They said Laundrie’s parents helped him hide amid the ongoing investigation of Gabby Petito’s death.
Some people think that if his parents helped him, then they should also face charges. Another person said that they need to keep going back to the parent’s house because eventually, he won’t be able to track everyone all the time.
Many people on Twitter thought that Laundrie had left the country.
A warrant was issued against Laundrie because he used someone else’s credit card to make a purchase or withdraw $1,000 between Aug. 30 and Sept. 1. He came to his parents’ house on Sept. 1, but no one in his family reported the other person missing.
Petito’s body was found on Sept. 19. She died three weeks ago. It was found at a national park in Wyoming. The coroner said she died because she was strangled on Sept. 12
Police say they think Laundrie is the only person who might have been involved in the homicide.
A fundraiser for a foundation named Gabby Petito was helped on Long Island. At the fundraiser, people had fun by eating, drinking, and playing games. They also donated money to the foundation.
In an interview with “60 Minutes Australia,” Nicole Schmidt talked about what it was like when her daughter went missing. It was sad. She said that she thought that her daughter was safe because she was with Brian and that she felt like he would take care of her. And the man who took them seemed nice to Laundrie, too.
Recently, Laundrie’s parents want to know what happened to their daughter on the trip. They are looking for answers. Last week, two K9 humans remained in detection units, and a K9 trainer from the force arrived. A lot of people came, including the North Port Police Department, Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office, and FBI at