Campers vow to help police track him down

Campers vow to help police track him down

Campers are keen to help authorities search for Brian Laundrie — even though they fear for their own safety during a country-wide manhunt for him.

Authorities have been looking for Laundrie for weeks. He is considered a person of interest in the disappearance of his Long Island fiancee, Gabby Petito, who was found murdered at a campsite in Wyoming.

Hannah Lane, who is on a cross-country trip in a tour bus with her husband Cody, said she will do what she can to help police, who have been searching a nature reserve in Florida where they believe Laundrie could be hiding.

“We need to focus on his specific identifiers and markers. Not just him being a bald guy with a beard,” Hannah Lane told UK’s The Sun newspaper. “He has a folded ear that’s triangular and a tattoo on his finger.”

But Lane is scared, too.

Duane 'Dog' Chapman and new wife Francie Frane arrive at Fort De Soto Park, Florida, amid the manhunt for fugitive Brian Laundrie.
Brian Laundrie is a person of interest after his fiancé Gabby Petito went missing last month. / SplashNews

“I have talked so much openly about Brian Laundrie and the things that he has done that now I’m paranoid that he’s going to come to my bus,” she told the outlet. “It is just so scary because you never know who you are near. You could be parked next to someone and the next thing you know you are on the news.”

Cody said she believed that Laundrie is somewhere on the Appalachian Trail where he has lived “off the grid” for months in the past.

“He’s hiding, he thinks he’s gotten away with it and his lawyer thinks the longer he’s out there, the more the media will die down but there are millions of us ready to be Gabby’s voice and won’t allow that to happen,” Lane told the newspaper.

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie are seen in Instagram posts
Campers said they will help authorities search for Brian Laundrie.

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