Brian Laundrie sleuths think he has a burner phone after spotting ‘changes to his Spotify and Instagram’

BRIAN Laundrie sleuths think he has a burner phone after spotting changes to his Spotify and Instagram accounts.

The online chatter comes as the Laundrie family attorney, Steven Bertolino, confirmed that the 23-year-old left his home without his wallet or cellphone on the day he disappeared.

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Brian Laundrie sleuths think he has a burner phone after spotting changes to his Spotify and InstagramCredit: Rex
Online sleuths allege Brian Laundrie's Spotify playlist name has changed from 'Selfconsomption' to 'Nomatic Statik'

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Online sleuths allege Brian Laundrie’s Spotify playlist name has changed from ‘Selfconsomption’ to ‘Nomatic Statik’Credit: Spotify

Since Laundrie’s disappearance, sleuths have closely monitored his social media pages, claiming the 23-year-old fugitive has unfollowed several people on Instagram.

Another wild conspiracy tossed around is that Laundrie may be hiding on a boat to evade police after claims circulated on Twitter that he went live on Instagram for a matter of seconds on Monday.

A clip circulating on Twitter appears to show a body of water and the side of a green vessel before abruptly cutting out.

Viewers of the clip are attempting to claim that Laundrie “accidentally” went live on Instagram before realizing and hastily cutting off the feed.

Afterward, internet users fascinated by the case insist they have proof that Laundrie allegedly created a Spotify playlist called ‘Selfconsomption’ shortly after Gabby Petito vanished.

Online sleuths then allege that the playlist’s name had changed to ‘Nomatic Statik’ – the name of the travel YouTube channel that Laundrie, 23, and Gabby, 22, created.

So far, alleged sightings of Laundrie have been reported in Mexico, Canada, Venice Park, and Baker, Florida.

Still, cops continue to search the Carlton Reserve where he was heading to when he disappeared.

Read our Gabby Petito live blog for the very latest news and updates…

Police, FBI agents, and K9s started searching the 24,000-acre nature reserve last weekend without success.

The reserve is believed to be infested with alligators, poisonous snakes and mosquitoes and has thick foliage, complicating the search.

Laundrie and Patito were roughly two months into a four-month adventure when Laundrie returned to his Florida home with their van on September 1.

The “free-spirited” Long Island native Gabby was last seen on August 24, checking out of a hotel with fiancé Brian Laundrie in Salt Lake City, Utah.

An autopsy performed on September 21 confirmed that the body found in Wyoming was that of Gabby Petito

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An autopsy performed on September 21 confirmed that the body found in Wyoming was that of Gabby PetitoCredit: YouTube/ Nomadic Statik
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An autopsy performed on Tuesday confirmed that the body of Gabby had been found in Wyoming.

After lawyering up and refusing to cooperate with police, Laundrie vanished after telling his parents he was heading for a hike on September 14.

A massive search operation is still underway for the 23-year-old as forensic experts comb his hard drives for clues.

On Thursday, the FBI issued an arrest warrant for Laundrie as he’s accused of swiping Gabby’s Capital One debit card and running up a $1,000 balance from August 31 until September 1.

Gabby’s remains are set to be cremated as her family prepares for a memorial to say a final farewell to the 22-year-old.

The funeral service for Gabby is slated for Sunday, September 26, from 12pm to 5pm, at Moloney’s Holbrook Funeral Home in Holbrook, New York.

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