As Radar previously reported, Brian's father decided to join the search this week at the 24,565-acre Carlton Reserve, which is near their home in North Port.
In the snaps, Christopher was seen chatting with the FBI agent as they walked around the reserve. He reportedly showed the officers around to spots Brian liked to frequent in the past.
Earlier this week, a report broke that a "fresh campsite" had been found at the reserve but the police were quick to shut down the claim.
Instead, the Laundrie family went on a camping trip days after Brian got back. They stayed at the Fort De Soto Park until departing on September 7 or 8, the date presented by the family has changed over time.
Brian refused to speak to police about Gabby and hired a lawyer. On September 14, he left his house and never returned. His family claims they have no idea where he is staying.
The family lawyer was recently forced to admit Brian had purchased a burner phone prior to him going missing. He claimed Brian had left is behind and the FBI had already seized the phone.
At the moment, Dog The Bounty Hunter is also down in Florida continuing to search the wetlands to try and locate Brian. He believes the "person of interest" is still alive and will be found.