LIVE: Police, FBI resume search for Gabby Petito’s fiancé Brian Laundrie Thursday


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Since then, police have been searching for Laundrie in Carlton Reserve, a 25,000-acre park in Sarasota County, Florida. Deseret NewsBrian Laundrie search update: Police dive team searches Carlton Reserve

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NORTH PORT, Fla. (WFLA) — North Port police officers and FBI agents resumed the search for Brian Laundrie Thursday.

Officers have searched Carlton Reserve for several days after learning from his family that he went missing Sept. 14. The Laundrie family told authorities that their son had left to go hike at the reserve, prompting the search.

Laundrie is the sole person of interest in the homicide investigation of his fiancé Gabby Petito, whose remains were identified Tuesday afternoon. However, he has not been charged with any crime, and police are treating his disappearance as a missing person’s case.

Thursday search for Brian Laundrie in the Carlton beginning.

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The department posted a photo of an officer, identified as Officer Sheely, consoling the child until a grandparent came to pick him up.

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Dive team joins search at Florida preserve for Brian Laundrie

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A Sheriff's Underwater Recovery Force boat pulled up to the Carlton Reserve in Venice one day after police decided to revisit the area in their search for Laundrie.

Sarasota County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Kaitlyn Perez told CNN there were about 10 divers on the team.

"These divers are specifically trained and very talented in low visibility bodies of water," she said. "They dive down where you and I can't see anything at all. They utilize technology and other special equipment to help them get down deep into really deep bodies of water, so they're out there right now to recover whatever it is that they might find."

WTVT-TV in Tampa Bay, Fla., reported officials were also using drones, swamp buggies and dogs in their search.

Police had previously searched the 25,000-acre preserve after Laundrie's parents told them he left to go for a hike there Sept. 14, the last day they saw him.

It's unclear why investigators returned to the preserve after their initial search.

The North Port Police Department in Florida named Laundrie, 23, a person of interest in Petito's death after he returned home to Florida from a road trip without her. The pair traveled from their shared home in Florida to New York before they were set to visit national parks out West in July.

Petito's family reported her missing Sept. 11, saying they last heard from her Aug. 25, when she was believed to have been in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Searchers found human remains in the park Sunday and an autopsy confirmed the body as hers Tuesday.

Laundrie returned to his North Port home -- where his parents also live -- Sept. 1. Police said none of the Laundrie family was cooperative in the search for Petito until Sept. 18, when his parents reported his disappearance.

A lawyer for Petito's family said Laundrie isn't missing but was instead on the run.

Unbelievable videos show a 40-foot wall of lava engulfing homes on La Palma in the Canary Islands

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Bloomberg and the Associated Press both posted footage of a sea of lava swallowing homes, roads, and fields as smoke rises from the scorched path:

It's a stark contrast, as the jet-black color absolutely steamrolls over grass and shrubbery:

The lava is a result of Sunday's eruption on the island just off the northwest coast of Africa. The AP reported on Wednesday it could take several days to reach the sea.

Residents of the village of Todoque are fleeing, the report said, with nearly 7,000 total evacuees on the island.

The eruption and its aftermath could last 84 days, the AP reported, as the volcano continues to release thousands of tons of sulfur dioxide, which is toxic to the human lungs.

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