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Dog the Bounty Hunter: Brian Laundrie’s sister ‘absolutely’ knows more than she’s saying

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Dog the Bounty Hunter tried to speak to Brian Laundrie’s sister at her Florida residence — insisting she “absolutely” knows more about her fugitive brother’s whereabouts than she has let on.

The actuality TV star was filmed by TMZ simply earlier than 7:30 p.m. Wednesday arriving at Cassie Laundrie Luycx’s residence in Lakewood Ranch, about 40 miles from the North Port household residence the place Brian went lacking a month earlier.

“We’re obviously looking for her brother … we’re trying to talk to someone who may know where he’s at,” stated Dog, whose actual title is Duane Chapman.

Dog the Bounty Hunter has been working to locate Brian Laundrie.
Dog the Bounty Hunter has been working to find Brian Laundrie.
William Farrington

Dog, dressed all in black, strode as much as Cassie’s entrance door with new spouse Francie and repeatedly knocked on the door and rang the buzzer.

They have been finally pressured to stroll away when nobody answered.

Cassie has insisted in interviews that even her dad and mom have stopped speaking to her and that she knows nothing about the whereabouts of her brother, whose girlfriend, Gabby Petito, was discovered lifeless weeks after he returned alone from their cross-country tenting journey.

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie are seen in Instagram posts
Brian Laundrie has been the supply of nationwide consideration since he returned from a tenting journey with out his girlfriend, Gabby Petito.
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But requested if he thinks Laundrie’s sister knows more than she’s admitted, Dog didn’t hesitate as he replied, “Absolutely.”

BRIAN LAUNDRIE'S sister speaks on ABC News Cassie Laundrie.
Cassie Laundrie Luycx has beforehand stated her dad and mom have stopped speaking to her.
ABC

Dog beforehand knocked on Laundrie’s dad and mom’ entrance door — only for the fugitive’s mother to name 911 on him.

The actuality star additionally informed TMZ’s camerawoman that the ankle harm that briefly slowed his hunt was now “a lot better.”

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