Duane Lee Chapman, aka television personality “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” has recently joined the search for Gabby Petito’s fiancee, Brian Laundrie.
A grand jury has charged Laundrie on charges stemming from using two bank accounts that did not belong to him.
Chapman was filmed on Saturday by news crews banging on the front door of Laundrie’s parents’ Florida home.
Laundrie, 23, mysteriously disappeared days after Petito’s family reported her missing to authorities.
The couple had been visiting national parks across the country when Gabby’s family became suspicious of her whereabouts when she stopped video-calling them and had started sending incoherent texts instead.
On September 19, Petito’s body was found at a campground in Wyoming.
DOG SNIFFING FOR TIPS: Dog the Bounty Hunter gives Brian Laundrie's parents a rude awakening as he joins massive manhunt for the most wanted man in Americahttps://t.co/obK7KrMvqQ pic.twitter.com/LpiXxE3IGw— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 25, 2021
The FBI issued an arrest for Laundrie after using her ATM card on August 30 and September 1.
Chapman accuses Laundrie’s parents of helping him escape and points out that Laundrie could face the death penalty if charged and convicted of murder.
“I want anyone with information on Brian Laundrie’s whereabouts to call me at 833-TELLDOG,” he said in the statement. He said he would cooperate with authorities but keep the names of any informants confidential.