Brian Laundries Dad Joins The Search,411 Call Released In North Carolina
Local and National media sites are reporting that Chris Laundrie Brian's dad, has joined the search for his son. The parents of Brian think he is still in the Carlton Reserve in Florida. Supposedly they had told the FBI this a few weeks back.
We already know Brians sister had made a plea to her parents to speak up, she also went on to say she has not talked to her parents.
Authorities have also checked out hundreds of tips and alleged sightings that put the fugitive as far away as the Appalachian Trail in North Carolina but have focused the search at the Florida reserve.
Here is the transcript from the 911 call that was made. This was Released from Wake County 911.
Hey Wake County 911. What's the location of your emergency? Mm hmm. Um Well, I'm on the highway right now but I ran into brian lower just a little while ago. Okay. Where did you see him? Yeah. Um I was I was at the parking lot for the athletes in trail on the north side of facebook. Okay. Can you tell me like was you at an overlook? Are you there? Yeah. Hello? Are you still there? Yes, I am. Ok. Yeah. You're probably going through the gorge. You lose service every now and so where did you come out on Waterville road? Okay. And just on water boil or did to see them near a house? The um El Bosso. He was he was driving a truck and I stopped and spoke to talk to him. Okay. Was he going up waterville or back towards 40? He was going away from 40. Oh yeah. What color truck? Yeah, It was a white truck. I think it was a Ford F150. I'm not 100% sure of that. And it was kind of a newer model. It wasn't like an old beater. It was a newer truck. Yeah. Okay. And what makes you say that it was him? Mhm. Well, he was first off I was, I was making a U. Turn and in the road and he came up behind me and he slowed down and kind of flashed his lights like telling me I'll go ahead and go and I'm gonna wait for you and as I turned around and I'm coming back by him. He's waving his arm out of out of his truck, like for me to slow down and I pull up next to him. I'm getting ready to go through the tunnel here. Hold on one second. Can you still can you still hear me? Yeah. Yeah. So when I stopped and I was I think I lost you. And um he was he was talking wild. He he said that his girlfriend loved him and he had to go out to California to see her. And he was asking me how to get to California and I said, well you can get on I 40 right there and drive west, you'll get there. And he said, no, I think I can go this way and kind of left, but he was acting funny and I wasn't sure about what he looked like. And then I got I went and parked and pull pulled up the photographs of them And I'm 99.99% sure that was him. Okay. I'm all at my sergeant. No. Okay. Okay. Mhm. Okay. Can I have your name and phone number? Your phone number? Yeah. Okay. Well, like I said, I'm gonna pass this along to my sergeant. Okay. All right, I'll meet somebody out there if they want to. I'm telling you it was him. Like I said, I'll pass this along. All right, thank you, thank you.
We will have to see how this plays out now that the parents of Laundrie think he is still in the reserve.
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