Dog the Bounty Hunter has joined the chase for Brian Laundrie, who has been missing for over ten days. Laundrie is wanted for federal fraud and as a person of interest in case of his fiance’s death.

Dog the Bounty Hunter, who is a celebrity, as well as a real-life bounty hunter, wasted no time. Dog, whose real name is Duane Chapman, visited the home of Laundrie’s parents, knocked, and waited.

No one answered, but when the police showed just a bit later, someone let them inside the house. The officials stayed at Brian’s home for a couple of minutes.

Chapman’s team released a statement which reads:

“Dog and Francie have experienced extreme loss themselves.”

“Their hearts go out to Gabby’s family for what they’re going through and want to help bring justice for her death.”

Reporter Brian Entin filmed Dog the Bounty Hunter as he was trying to get to Brian Laundrie’s parents. The reporter asked him what he was doing, and the bounty hunter answered, “You know.”



On Saturday, Walsh said what he thinks about Brian Laundrie’s whereabouts:

“I think they bought this guy nine days. He had a big head start so I say now with all the chaos at the border — I caught 45 guys in Mexico — they drove him north, over the Panhandle.”

Walsh called him a coward numerous times, and if you have any information, yet you don’t want to share them with the FBI, for whatever reason, you can call Dog the Bounty Hunter or John Walsh.

Dog will eventually pass all that he finds to the FBI, but identities will not be revealed, according to TMZ. You can find him at call 833-TELLDOG

Gabby Petito’s best friend, who knows Brian, claims that Brian is hiding in the woods. Rose Davis confirmed a story Brian told his ex co-worker. She told People Magazine:

“He is out in the wilderness, I promise you.”

“He’s out there. He is. If he’s alive, he’s out there, camping out…He lived in the Appalachians by himself for months.”

Gabby’s funeral will be held on Sunday.