Dog the Bounty Hunter 'determined to chat to Brian Laundrie's sister Cassie' after Gabby Petito autopsy results

DOG the Bounty Hunter is looking to speak with Brian Laundrie's sister Cassie as her fugitive brother remains the sole person of interest in the disappearance and homicide of his Gabby Petito.

The reality star, 68, is looking into every possible outlet for Laundrie, who is being sought after by police not for Petito's death but for allegedly using her credit card while she was missing.

Some of the people Dog, aka Duane Chapman, is looking to speak to include Laundrie's sister Cassie, according to sources close to the bounty hunter.

Despite rumors he left the case, Dog is indeed still in Florida and is resting after he injured his ankle earlier this week, sources told TMZ.

He was filmed knocking at Cassie's door on Wednesday, but gotno answer.

Dog's push to speak to Cassie may prove beneficial given that she already spoken to a number of protesters outside of her Florida home earlier this month.

"We are just as angry and frustrated and upset as everyone else," Cassie told the crowd, claiming that her parents are also refusing to speak to her.

"I am losing my parents and my brother and my children's aunt and my future sister-in-law on top of this."

She told them she didn't know anything about the case or where Laundrie was hiding – and she said she's unsure if her parents are helping Laundrie evade authorities.

Dog revealed in an exclusive interview with The Sun that he left his honeymoon prematurely so he could capture Laundrie.

Dog said he and his wife followed the case "because of what was happening, because they went through Colorado and were close to us. So we followed it then all of a sudden all my fans are like ‘Dog Dog Dog this is up your alley!'"

“So one of the last reasons that I want to catch him- so I could continue my honeymoon.  I hope that's not any disrespect to anybody involved in this case because it's terrible, but that's where we stand now, in our honeymooning.” 

On Tuesday Dog urged Brian to “turn yourself in" after it was revealed the Gabby Petito was strangled to death. 

The TV star warned the fugitive that running "makes you look guilty" after the autopsy results were revealed. 

"His best decision now would be to turn himself in,” Dog exclusively told The Sun, adding that Laundrie's parents "need to be doing more to signal Brian to stop running." 

“The coroner’s statement has established a timeline that looks worse for Brian Laundrie," Dog added. 

Dog's comments come a day after the coroner ruled Petito's death a homicide, saying her cause of death was due to strangulation.

Laundrie remains on the lam weeks after his return home without his fiance and after he was last seen on a family camping trip.

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