Brian Laundrie found? Footage of man running inside Carlton Reserve emerges
A TikTok user, @kbcontherun, posted the video of what looks like helicopter footage of the Carlton Reserve where a figure can be seen moving around
There's a lot of speculation over the whereabouts of Brian Laundrie but the fugitive who disappeared on September 13, according to his parents, has yet not been found. This, despite John Walsh and Dog the Bounty Hunter joining the search operation for one of the most hated men in the country. There are many questions that the cops, the country, and more importantly Gabby Petito's parents need answers for and Brian Laundrie needs to be found alive for them to be answered. According to a new TikTok video — whose authenticity we are yet to verify — Brian Laundrie is indeed hiding in the Carlton Reserve.
Since the time he has vanished, there are a number of theories about where Laundrie might be hiding. From speculations that he might be hiding in the backyard of his own house in a underground bunker, to sightings in Asheville, Ohio, Virginia, Florida Everglades, to Mexico and the Bahamas - the hunt for him seems all over the place right now. Laundrie lookalikes are facing the brunt of this manhunt and opportunists are making the most of this issue. 'I am just bald. Nope! I am not Brian Laundrie' t-shirts are being sold online for people being mistaken for the fugitive.
Brian Laundrie spotted running in Carlton Reserve?
A TikTok video posted from an account with the username @kbconthehunt posted a video of what looks like helicopter footage of the CR where a figure can be seen moving around, and assumed to be Brian Laundrie. Currently there's no proof that the video is of CR, and the date when it was taken on cannot be determined as well. A federal arrest warrant has been issued for Laundrie for "use of unauthorized access device" after he allegedly used Petito's bank card three days after she was known to be alive.
While many on the Internet believe Laundrie is not in the CR, police have continued to search intensely for him in that region. The fugitive's lawyer Steve Bertolino said it's become easier to look for him in the reserve now that the "water in the preserve and certain areas are more accessible to search." He told CNN, "The entire Laundrie family is grateful for the hard work of the dedicated members of law enforcement that have been searching the preserve for Brian over the last few weeks. Hopefully, Brian will be located soon.”