PICTURES were revealed from inside the modest three bedroom property Brian Laundrie shared with Gabby Petito and his parents, including one from his bedroom that appears to show a gun and a violent poster.
In the picture, a gun painted to resemble the American flag hangs on the shelf, while a chilling poster depicting violent stabbings and beatings sits atop a bookshelf.
The picture also shows a Darth Vader mask and a collection of the Watchmen comics.
It comes after FBI agents on Monday searched the house in North Port, Florida, removing several boxes and towing away a car used by Brian’s mom.
Police told those nearby “you’re in a crime scene” as they cleared the street.
Now pictures show inside the 1,448sq foot property where Gabby and Brian lived with his parents before heading off on their road trip in July.
A 2017 real estate listing describes the home as a “beautiful and freshly painted…ready for new owners.”
It adds: “This home features an open floor plan with split bedrooms and volume ceilings, corian counter tops, all tile interior, fenced back yard, all on a quiet street convenient to interstate, area shopping and restaurants.
“Back yard is fenced in with storage shed, outdoor shower and newly rescreened caged pool with salt water system. Recent upgrades include new roof. This could be your piece of Paradise.”
Brian’s parents Chris and Roberta Laundrie – who neighbors say got into a police car on Monday – appear to have bought the house for $120,000 in 2015.
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Records show it was then listed for sale for $215,000 in 2017 but not sold.
The listing shows one bedroom with posters up, baseball caps hanging on the wall and a keyboard.
The fridge appears to have family photos on it.
Above the sink a sign reads: “Small blessings make life a joy.”
The home also has a pool and a garage with gym equipment.
It was to this property that Brian returned on September 1 without Gabby.
It was not until ten days later that Gabby’s parents reported her missing after not being be able to contact their daughter.
Brian – named as a person of interest in the case – was refusing to cooperate with cops before his own disappearance last week.
Police are now hunting for him after confirming a body found in a Wyoming national park is believed to be Gabby.
Officers are also said to be actively looking into a possible sighting of Brian after a trail camera captured footage of man that looked like him.
Sleuths now claim they have unearthed a clue that proves it was Laundrie as the bags the man was carrying appear to match those seen in the couple’s social media posts and in cop body cam footage.
It comes after the body cam footage revealed the “chaos” in the couple’s van despite the perfect pictures posted to Instagram.
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