Update on Dog the Bounty Hunter: TV star suffers an ankle injury but’remains on the Brian Laundrie hunt,’ as supporters hope Dog catches him.


Update on Dog the Bounty Hunter: TV star suffers an ankle injury but’remains on the Brian Laundrie hunt,’ as supporters hope Dog catches him.

DOG the Bounty Hunter has revealed that he cut his honeymoon short to join the chase for Brian Laundrie in Florida after his ankle injury.

Lyssa Chapman teased that her father isn’t “given up” on the hunt, adding, “the bait is laid.”

She tweeted that he’ll be returning to Colorado for a while to “take care of some business.”

“We are still actively hunting for #BrianLaundrie, leaving a team in Florida,” Chapman added. I’ll share whatever I can with you, as usual.” For weeks, Dog, whose actual name is Duane Chapman, has been searching for Brian Laundrie.

Gabby’s remains was discovered eight days after her family reported her missing in Grand Teton National Park.

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Despite allegations that he has an ankle problem, the bounty hunter is still looking for Laundrie in Florida.

Dog informed WFLA reporter Josh Benson that he “couldn’t bring himself to leave” and has decided to stay in the state.

Laundrie is still on the loose, and the search for him is approaching a month.

On September 17, he was reported missing, just days after telling his parents he was going for a hike in the Carlton Reserve.


As he investigated the woods of nearby Shell Island, og appeared to come across a can of Monster Energy Ultra Gold.

It’s unclear who left the item at the scene, and whether the can belonged to Laundrie.

The can, on the other hand, showed no indications of rust or fading, indicating that it had been left there lately.

PERSONAL ITEMSLast month, Dog stated that while investigating the area, he discovered personal belongings that he believes belong to Laundrie.

Lyssa Chapman, Dog’s daughter, did not provide a description of the objects her father allegedly discovered.

“We are quite convinced he is stowed out on those islands and usually active after the parks close and everyone goes home,” she told NewsNation.


While searching for the fugitive, Dog is said to have discovered a “makeshift campground” and has provided information to the FBI.

He came up a Monster energy drink can that appeared to have been abandoned recently. It’s unclear if the can belonged to Laundrie.

According to Newsweek, Dog’s team is also looking into potential leads from Colorado to Hawaii as the search escalates.


The reality TV detective made the comments in an interview with WFLA on Tuesday evening, just hours after Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue revealed the autopsy results.

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