According to PI, Brian Laundrie is most likely hiding in the city where his father sold a condo weeks before Gabby Petito was last seen alive.

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According to PI, Brian Laundrie is most likely hiding in the city where his father sold a condo weeks before Gabby Petito was last seen alive.

According to a local private investigator, Brian Laundrie could be hiding out in a neighbouring city where his parents sold a condo just weeks before Gabby Petito was last seen alive.

Chris and Roberta Laundrie had a two-bedroom apartment in Venice, Florida, which was only 18 miles from their North Port family home.

According to public records, the couple paid $99,500 for the house in 2015.

They put it on the market this summer while Laundrie was on a cross-country road trip with his fiancée Gabby.

The condo was reportedly sold for $144,000 on July 30 after barely two weeks on the market.

It’s unclear who lived in the house while the Laundrie family owned it.

It’s also unclear whether the unit is now occupied or unoccupied following the sale.

According to NewsNation, the manhunt for Laundrie continued on Thursday in the Venice side of the Carlton Reserve.

On September 13, his parents allege he went for a trek in the region but did not return.

Gabby’s family had reported her missing two days prior, and he had returned to Florida alone in her van two weeks prior.

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Gabby’s remains were discovered in Wyoming two days after his family reported him missing on September 17.

The Laundrie family’s tale has been slammed after it was found that they drove home the Mustang he allegedly used to travel to the Carlton Reserve, and after they modified their initial timeline claiming they last saw him on September 14.

This automobile was eventually discovered 16 miles from the reserve where Laundrie was said to have gone trekking.

Instead, it was discovered in the Myakkahatchee Environmental Park at 6968 Reisterstown Road.

This location is also around 18 miles away from the property on the other side of the park in Venice.

Private detective Bill Warner, on the other hand, believes Laundrie may have gone to Venice and even claims that the fugitive fiancé may have a key to the condo.

A wooded area is seen behind the building on maps.

“Brian will go even deeper underground,” Warner predicted after Gabby was found strangled to death on Tuesday.

He hasn’t been named as a suspect, but he has been identified as a person of interest.

“I’m convinced he’s in the Venice, Florida, region.” “While Brian was on the road, the father sold his condo on July 30,” Warner told The Sun.

“Brian could have a key, or he could conceal in that location as he… Brinkwire News.

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