FBI agents showed up at Brian Laundrie's home once again searching for clues to help them track down the fugitive.
According to Fox News, law enforcement arrived at the North Port home of Roberta and Christopher Laundrie.
The outlet says one male and one female FBI agent were present and they stayed for about 30 minutes. Reporters outside the property observed the officers entering the family camper parked in the driveway.
The Laundrie family attorney, Steven Bertolino, released a statement about the visit. He said, "the FBI is at the Laundrie home today to collect some personal items belonging to Brian that will assist the canines in their search for Brian.
"There is nothing more to this," he ended.
The FBI searching the camper comes after Dog The Bounty Hunter revealed the family had taken a camping trip to Fort De Soto Park days after he returned home without Gabby Petito.
The family was forced to quickly admit they did indeed take a trip from September 6 to 8. Dog claimed a source told him the three arrived to the park but only two people left. The implication being Brian stayed behind.
Bertolino admitted the family took the trip but denied Brian stayed behind.
As Radar previously reported, Brian returned home on September 1 from his two-month cross-country trip with Gabby. The only problem is his fiancé was nowhere to be found and he refused to speak to police.
It only took a couple days before the FBI found Gabby's remains inside Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. The spot was one of the final places the couple was seen.
Before the body was found, Brian left his home on September 14 and never returned. His parents reported him missing on September 17. A couple of days before he left, the fugitive purchased a burner phone from a local AT&T shop.
The Laundrie family attorney claims the device was left behind by Brain before he went missing and the FBI has already seized the phone for evidence.