Brian Laundrie search: 7 key moments as human remains found and parents find his dry bag and notebook in Carlton Reserve

KEY moments in the Brian Laundrie investigation show the two-month-long process that led to his remains being found and the manhunt coming to an end.

When Brian Laundrie returned home without Gabby Petito on September 1, he unleashed a two-month-long investigation that captured international attention.


Laundrie took off for Carlton Reserve on September 13 in his Ford Mustang with nothing but his backpack.

But when his family didn’t hear from Laundrie four days later, they drove out to the location to look for him. They said they only found his car with a note from police that said the car needed to be moved from the area.

Although they didn’t find Laundrie, his parents said they left the vehicle where it was, so their son could drive home.

They went back to the area on Thursday, September 17 to collect the car and reported to the police their son was missing.


When Gabby Petito was reported missing, Laundrie was declared a person of interest, but no charges were filed.

That changed when he used Petito’s Capital One debit card on August 30.

The unauthorized use of a debit is a felony, and police issued a warrant for his arrest on September 24 while their search for Laundrie continued.

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Laundrie was allegedly sighted more than 20 times, with most sightings being reported in North Carolina.

The sightings for Brian Laundrie continued to be reported as the manhunt continued by police, investigators, and eventually Dog the Bounty Hunter.

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