Dog the Bounty Hunter has turned over to authorities proof he stated he hoped might be examined for DNA to show fugitive Brian Laundrie’s presence at a Florida park, The Post has discovered.
Duane “Dog” Chapman, who has been working to substantiate a tip a couple of current Laundrie sighting close to the Appalachian Trail, handed over some gadgets discovered on one of many islands close to Fort De Soto Park, based on his publicist.
The bounty hunter additionally has had an off-duty police officer embedded in his crew the previous few days, the rep stated.
“Tracking a fugitive is a marathon, not a sprint,” Dog stated. “We are continuing to search for Brian Laundrie. The longer he is on the run, the more dangerous this becomes.”
Meanwhile, his daughter Lyssa Chapman advised The Post on Sunday that she has been in touch with Dennis Davis, who claims he spoke with Laundrie on a abandoned street close to the border of Tennessee and North Carolina on Saturday morning.
The 34-year-old girl stated she has been working down shut to three,000 suggestions which have flooded into the 833-TELLDOG hotline over the previous week.
Laundrie, 23, who has been named an individual of curiosity within the case, is needed on financial institution fraud costs after his 22-year-old girlfriend, Gabby Petito, was discovered useless in Wyoming final month.
Dog has tracked the Laundrie household to a campsite at Fort De Soto Park, which was later confirmed by public information that confirmed the fugitive’s mom, Roberta, checked into “Site 001-Waterfront” between Sept. 6 and Sept. 8.