Dog The Bounty Hunter has been spotted in North Port, Florida, as part of a worldwide quest for Brian Laundrie, Gabby Petito’s fiancee who was recently discovered dead.
The search for Gabby Petito’s fiancé Brian Laundrie has been joined by Duane “Dog The Bounty Hunter” Chapman, 68. The FBI has filed an arrest warrant for the Florida man, days after his partner Gabby’s death was discovered in a Wyoming national park. When Brian returned to Florida alone, the two went on a cross-country road trip.
Following Gabby’s death, a federal grand jury indictment was brought in connection with his actions, which included the unlawful use of a credit card. The investigation into Gabby’s homicide is still ongoing, according to law enforcement.
Dog the bounty hunter at the house https://t.co/C4o7kSmc4m
— Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) September 25, 2021
Now, it appears that the reality star has joined the nationwide manhunt, as he was seen putting his head over the side of Brian’s family home in a video. Reporter Brian Entin shared video of Dog visiting a home in North Port, Florida, in which he appeared to knock on the front door.
An eyewitness wondered what he was doing there as he walked back to his car with his new wife, Francie Frane by his side. In the footage, he can be heard stating, “C’mon, you know.”
In a statement to FOX News, the bounty hunter’s team claimed, “Dog and Francie have faced severe loss themselves.” “Their hearts go out to Gabby’s family for what they’re going through, and they want to do everything they can to bring justice to her death.”
Anyone with information regarding the case should call 833-TELLDOG, according to his team. Dog recently married Francie in a ceremony in Colorado on September 2nd, as fans of the reality star are aware.
During an exclusive interview with HollywoodLife prior to the wedding, his daughter Lyssa revealed that her 68-year-old father “still has images” of his late wife Beth Chapman “up all over his house.” Dog tragically lost Beth to cancer two years ago, as fans may recall. She stated, “I believe God gave Francie to my father.”
“I believe she came into his life at a time when he needed aid and strength, and she provides it. Francie had just lost her husband a few months before Beth died of cancer. They happened to cross paths by happenstance. Our [in Colorado] property’s yard worker was Francie’s spouse.
When my father phoned [her] for yard labor, they began talking on the phone. They didn’t go out of their way to find each other. It just occurred that way. It happened by chance, and it’s a very amazing love story.”