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A couple believe that they spotted Brian Laundrie on holiday with his parents before he went missing.
Marcy Newsom and her husband had been camping at Fort De Soto Park in Florida on 6th September, when they were informed they had stayed next door to the Laundrie family in the days before Brian was considered a 'person of interest' in the Gabby Petito case/
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The Laundrie family had chosen to go camping together after Brian had returned from his vanlife trip, that he had taken with his fiancée Gabby.
While Brian had returned without Gabby, the 22-year-old was not officially reported until 11th September.
The couple were all the more surprised to look back at family pictures from their camping trip to see a man they thought was Brian in the background, and shared their pictures on the ABC7 news network.
It should be noted it has not been confirmed whether the figure in the background of the photo is Brian.
Speaking about what it was like camping next to the Laundrie family, Marcy Newsom explained: “They kept to themselves. They were there, and then they weren’t.”
Lawyers for the Laundrie family confirmed Brian and his parents were at the park from the 6th to the 7th of September.
Shortly after Gabby was reported missing, remains were found in the Grand Teton National Park & Bridger-Teton National Forest. They were later confirmed to be Gabby’s.
A preliminary investigation found that it appears Gabby was a victim of homicide.
Brian has since gone missing, and has since been marked as a person of interest within the case.
The FBI have since issued an official arrest warrant for Brian. The federal indictment filed in a US District Court in Wyoming alleges that Brian committed bank card fraud while Gabby was missing.
The 23-year-old is thought to have used a Capital One Bank card and someone’s personal identification number to make a number of unauthorised withdrawals, or charges, worth more than $1000 (£729.35).
The FBI has not disclosed what Brian is alleged to have bought, and did not say who the bank card is thought to have belonged to.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram - gabbypetito
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