Brian Laundrie left his family home without his phone or wallet, report says - making him harder to track

Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito. North Harbor Police Station
Brian Laundrie didn't take his cell phone or wallet with him when he left the house last week, a source told CNN.
Tracking phone and bank card usage is a common way the police can locate people.
Laundrie is interested in the death of his fiancée Gabby Petito. He's been missing for a week.
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Brian Laundrie didn't take his phone and wallet with him when he left his family home last week, CNN reported, meaning it would be more difficult for police to track him down.
Laundrie, 23, was reported missing by his parents on September 17. Police in multiple jurisdictions have been looking for him, although they say they have made little progress.
Laundrie was named on the death of his fiancée Gabby Petito. She was reported missing in a van during the couple's road trip, and her remains were found and identified in Wyoming on Sunday.
A source close to Laundrie's family told CNN's Chris Cuomo Thursday that he failed to bring his cell phone and wallet when he left the house he returned to in September after being home alone from the trip came.
Tracking people's phone and debit card usage is a common way for police to find suspects.
North Port Police declined to comment to CNN.
"I can't make a statement about a timeline at this point. This investigation is being conducted by the FBI," the department's public information officer Josh Taylor told the network.
A Wyoming court on Wednesday issued a federal arrest warrant for Laundrie. It is said that he spent at least $ 1,000 on an "unauthorized" Capital One debit card in the days following Petito's death.
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