FBI receives video of Laundrie’s family visiting Fort de Soto in early September, officers say

Fort De Soto Camp (Photo by WFLA)

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SARASOTA COUNTY, Florida (WFLA) – The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to 8 On Your Side Wednesday afternoon that they released surveillance video of the Fort De Soto camp during the time Laundrie’s family was checking it out. visited.

According to a county public records request, the registered camper log shows that Brian Laundrie’s mother registered at “Site 001-Waterfront” between September 6 and 8.

Laundrie’s family attorney, Steven Bertolino, told 8 On Your Side that the family camped out from September 6 to 7 and they all left the park together.

Surveillance video will not be released at this time, according to agents due to the ongoing investigation.

Brian Gabby Petito’s fiancé he remains the only person of interest in the investigation of his disappearance and murder.

TO A federal warrant was issued against Brian last week. in connection with his activities after Petito’s death.

Laundrie’s trip came just days before his parents reported Petito missing on September 11. Almost a week later, on September 17, the Laundrie reported that her son was missing. saying they had last seen him on September 14.

Various agencies, including the North Port Police Department and the FBI, have toured the Carlton Reserve, a nearly 25,000 acre reservation in Sarasota County, in hopes of locating Brian.

Pinellas County agents have directed 8 On Your Side to the FBI for additional information.

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