According to WFLA, Laundrie's family attorney, Steven Bertolino, said Roberta, her husband Christopher, and Brian visited a campground at Ft. De Soto Park from September 6 through 8.
Brian returned home from his two-month cross-country road trip on September 1. He arrived back home in the Ford van he was traveling in with his fiancé. The only problem was Gabby wasn't with him.
Gabby's parents reported their daughter missing on September 11.
Brian refused to speak to police before he went missing himself. His parents reported him missing on September 17.
As we previously reported, Dog The Bounty Hunter, who recently joined the manhunt for Brian, claims to have received over a 100 tips about his whereabouts.
Dog claims a source told him the Laundrie family left on September 1-3 and, again, on September 6-8. Dog says on the second trip only two people left the park despite all three arriving days prior.
WFLA obtained records from Pinellas County that show Roberta checked into a campground in early September. The outlet says the documents show Brian's mom checking into "Site 001-Waterfront" from September 6 through 8.
The Laundrie family attorney claims Brian left the campground with his family. He claims Roberta last saw her son September 14.
Earlier today, Gabby's family held a press conference asking for Brian to turn himself in. The family attorney said, "Brian, we're asking you to turn yourself into the FBI or the nearest law enforcement agency."
Gabby's dad Joe said, "I want to ask people to help all of the people that are missing and need help."
He added, "It's on all of you, everyone in this room, to do that and if you don't do that for other people who are missing, that's a shame because it's not just Gabby that deserves that."
The FBI's manhunt for Brian continues.