Florida nature park searched for fugitive Brian Laundrie has reopened to the public

A Florida nature park where specialists have looked for fugitive Brian Laundrie for as far back as month has returned to the public.

The Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, a vigorously lush hold that was shut to the public before the end of last month for a FBI-drove look for Laundrie, has returned, the city of North Port declared on Twitter on Tuesday.

The FBI and North Port police declined to affirm that the move flags a finish to the quest for Laundrie at Myakkahatchee.

The adjoining 25,000-section of land Carlton Reserve, where specialists have likewise been looking for the outlaw, stays shut to people in general, as indicated by the Sarasota County website.

“As this is a continuous examination there is no extra remark as of now,” a representative for the FBI Denver field office wrote in an email to the mediaTuesday.

Laundrie, 23, is looked for addressing in the vanishing and passing of his 22-year-former girlfriend, Gabby Petito, during the couple’s crosscountry trip.

Petito, a Long Island local, evaporated in late August while Laundrie got back to Florida without her on Sept. 1 — and rapidly lawyered up.

Petito’s body was discovered Sept. 19 at a far off Wyoming camping area and her demise was controlled a murder by manual strangulation.

Laundrie had vanished by then, at that point, and stays the subject of a massive manhunt.

He has not been charged in Petito’s passing however has been recognized as the sole individual of interest for the situation and countenances a government misrepresentation warrant for utilizing her debit card.