Dog The Bounty Hunter Shares Brian Laundrie Evidence With Law Enforcement As Search May Shift To Appalachian Trail

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Dog the Bounty Hunter, not the hero we want, the hero we need.

The reality TV superstar and stone cold fugitive tracker has been working relentlessly to find the whereabouts of Brian Laundrie, the main suspect in the Gabby Petito case.

So far, Dog (real name Duane Chapman) has received thousands of tips on Laundrie on his TELLDOG hotline, and has even allegedly found items that he believes may belong to the person of interest.

And now, he believes he has gathered enough evidence to turn over to authorities.

Chapman has found campsites, and even a kayak that he believes Laundrie used to make his way through Fort De Soto Park, near Tampa, Florida.

Other items were found on an island in Fort De Soto Park, according to the New York Post, and will be turned into authorities for further DNA testing.

Chapman stated:

“Tracking a fugitive is a marathon, not a sprint.”

“We are continuing to search for Brian Laundrie. The longer he is on the run, the more dangerous this becomes.”

On the other hand, Dog’s daughter, Lyssa, says she has been in contact with Dennis Davis, who claims he had a full on conversation with Laundrie on a deserted road on the border of Tennessee and North Carolina Saturday morning.

If tips of him being seen along the Appalachian Trail can be verified, I imagine we’ll see Dog and company move the search up there.

It’s just a matter of time before this POS is caught.

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