BRIAN Laundrie lookalikes are snapping up snarky T-shirts to avoid being mistaken for the fugitive.

A custom clothing company rolled out "I'm just Bald Nope! I'm Not Brian Laundrie" tees as authorities ramped up their manhunt for slain hiker Gabby Petito's fiancé.

Etsytees is offering the shirts – and matching hoodies – in an array of 10 colors for $22.99.

It's unclear how many have sold thus far but as of Thursday the design was ranked among the website's most popular items and 10 people had it in their carts.

Etsytees did not immediately return The Sun's request for comment.

As the search for Brian continues, law enforcement agencies nationwide have been flooded with reported sightings that place Laundrie in Florida, Montana, and even Canada and Mexico.

Brian vanished just days before Gabby's body was discovered on September 19 at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, where the couple had been traveling together.

He drove back to his North Port, Florida, home alone in Gabby's van on September 1, a week and a half before her mother reported her missing.

Brian's parents reported him missing on September 17 after they claimed he told them he was going for a hike in the Carlton Reserve.

Since then, amateur sleuths have sought to help investigators locate Brian by looking out for bald, bearded men with tattoos resembling his.

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Earlier this week, Dog the Bounty Hunter's daughter Lyssa Chapman joined the search, posting a series of images with Brian's distinctive features on Instagram.

Forensic artist Lois Gibson believes that the fugitive’s appearance and face would’ve changed by now – apart from his ears.

She said being on the run will naturally “degrade” his appearance – but features such as ears “generally can’t be altered”.

Gibson, who holds a Guinness World Record for most identifications by a forensic artist, told NewsNationNow: “I’ve been working cases for 39 years and he is going to get a lot of sun, he’s gonna lose weight.

“I don’t care how much money he has. If you’re on the run … it’s hard to eat, it degrades your life.

“Ears are the most complicated object on the surface of the head. They’re more complicated than the eyes, lips, or the nose."


On Wednesday,cops hunting for Brian reportedly found a "fresh campsite" within the 25,000-acre Carlton Reserve.

A source close to the Laundrie family revealed “traces” of a makeshift camp had been spotted in the park, CNN reported.

Steve Bertolino, the Laundrie family attorney, revealed that Brian's dad Christopher would join the search.

“Chris Laundrie was asked to assist law enforcement in their search for Brian at the preserve today," Bertolino told Fox News.

"Since the preserve has been closed to the public, Chris has not been able to look for Brian in the only place Chris and Roberta believe Brian may be.”

He claimed that cops had to "postpone" Laundrie's participation and said Chris didn't take part in the search.

Josh Taylor, of the North Port Police Department, said his team didn’t ask for Christopher’s involvement and police didn’t “postpone” it.

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