Like a Dog with a bone!
Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman has not left Florida, and he is eager to follow up on a new lead.
Despite nursing an injured ankle, the reality star is reportedly still in The Sunshine State and on his way to pay Brian Laundrie's older sister a visit to discuss various updates to the shocking missing persons case.
There is currently no update on exactly what he will ask the mother-of-two, though some of his questions may address the recent autopsy results that showed the 22-year-old budding influencer was "strangled to death" shortly before the 23-year-old person of interest returned home alone.
This comes after Cassie Laundrie told News Nation Now that she had no idea if her brother had anything to do with Gabby Petito's tragic death, and claimed if she knew anything about her parents' involvement in Brian's disappearance "she would say it."
"We are just as upset, frustrated and heartbroken as everybody else," she said to reporters on October 4. "I am losing my parents and my brother and my children's aunt and my future sister-in-law on top of this."
This isn't the first time Cassie has shown she is willing to speak out about the troubling case. The 32-year-old Floridian was interviewed on Good Morning America saying, "I wish I had information where I could give more."
She also added, “Obviously me and my family want Gabby to be found safe. She’s like a sister and my children love her, and all I want is for her to come home safe and found and this to be just a big misunderstanding.”
As OK! previously reported, Chapman isn't the only one looking to speak with the Laundrie family. Two protesters visited Chris and Roberta's North Port home late Tuesday night, slamming their fists on the door and shouting threats.
"Come on!" one of the protesters yells in a Fox News clips. "You guys like to strangle people!" A voice was also heard saying, "It’s time to wake up and face the consequences."
As of today, Brian has been missing for exactly one month.