Brian Laundrie’s father, Christopher, has arrived Thursday at a locked gate at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.
He arrived in his Dodge Ram pickup truck alone, before entering the park, according to Fox News digital reporter Audrey Conklin.
The park is adjacent to the T. Mabry Carlton Jr. Reserve, where law enforcement has been searching for Brian Laundrie for weeks.
There were two unmarked law enforcement vehicles on site, along with the North Port Police.
Christopher Laundrie, unmarked law enforcement vehicles enter park
Christopher Laundrie and law enforcement personnel have entered the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.
Christopher Laundrie being escorted in vehicle
Laundrie’s attorney says Brian’s father being asked to point out his son’s ‘favorite trails, spots’
Steve Bertolino, the attorney representing the Laundrie family, tells Fox News on Thursday that “Chris was asked to point out any favorite trails or spots that Brian may have used in the preserve.”
“Although Chris and Roberta Laundrie provided this information verbally 3 weeks ago, it is now thought that on-site assistance may be better,” Bertolino added. “The preserve has been closed to the public and the Laundries as well but the parents have been cooperating since the search began.”
Roberta Laundrie remains inside North Port home
Brian Laundrie’s mother, Roberta, remains ensconced inside her North Port home as the nation watches her husband, Brian’s father Christopher, join law enforcement at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.
The Laundrie family’s attorney, Steven Bertolino, told Fox News Digital’s Audrey Conklin that law enforcement asked Christopher Laundrie “to point out any favorite trails or spots that Brian may have used in the preserve.”
Bertolino says his clients “have been cooperating since the search began.”