- Gabby Petito’s funeral was being held in New York on Sunday.
- Her fiancé Brian Laundry was last seen 12 days ago.
- TV personality Duane Lee Chapman, “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” joins the laundry search.
Funeral services were being held on Sunday for blogger Gabby Petito, 22, whose murder during a cross-country adventure sparked intense nationwide interest and sparked a search for her missing fiancée and now wanted man. Was promoting.
NS Services were taking place in Holbrook, near the Bayport-Blue Point community, where Petito grew up and became Brian Laundry’s high school sweetheart before the couple moved to Florida.
Laundry was last seen 12 days ago when he told his parents he was going hiking in the Carlton Reserve, a vast wilderness area and wetland near his home in the northern harbor. Officials have been searching the reserved area for over a week and returned later this week.
TV personality Duane Lee Chapman, “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” has joined the search in recent days and promised to grab the laundry before his 24th birthday, November 18. Parents.
“The reason I go to Mr. (Christopher) Laundry is because I carry a reputation with me,” he said. Fox News Digital moments later. “The reputation is, ‘He gives you a second chance. He’s going to get you, but he gives you a second chance.’”
Chapman told New York Post He is not convinced that the laundry is in the 25,000-acre reserve. He said he had already received hundreds of suggestions on his hotline, indicating that Laundry was on the Appalachian Trail, where he had previously camped for months at a time.
“That’s what he does, he’s a jungle man,” Chapman told the Post.
Laundry, 23, left with Petito in July on a month-long trip from Long Island to Oregon. Laundry returned to Florida alone. 1 September. petito’s body was found a week ago near a campground in Wyoming.
Laundry refuses to speak to law enforcement while looking for Petito, and disappears before his body can be found. An indictment released Thursday by the US District of Wyoming charged Laundry with unauthorized use of a Capital One debit card and multiple accounts with more than $1,000.
The indictment also accuses Laundry of unauthorized access to a device and states that she accessed bank accounts without permission from about August 30 to September 1.