Dog the Bounty Hunter reveals what he was going to say to Laundrie family when he knocked on their door

DOG the Bounty Hunter has revealed what he was going to say to Brian Laundrie's family when he first knocked on their door.

Dog, who joined the search for Gabby Petito's fugitive fiancé weeks ago, said that in his experience, parents will often cover up for wanted children.

"I know what it is to have a son in jail, and I know every time they hear an ambulance there or siren, we can't tell the difference," Dog told The Sun in an exclusive interview.

"I know a lot of things that, over the 40 years of experience I have catching criminals, that I know what to tell a parent.

"Fifty to 70 percent of the parents don't tell me where they're at," Dog continued.

"They will sit right there and lie to me like crazy. After I capture their son or daughter and then they say, 'Dog, we knew.'

"And I say, 'I know.' And then they say, 'What do you expect? It's my child."

The famous bounty hunter, 68, went on to speculate about how Laundrie, 23, could be communicating with his family if he is, in fact, doing so.

"If Brian is communicating with his parents through their lawyer, we've got a problem [with the] lawyer," he said.

"This client right privileges [have] gone a little bit too far. I really don't think the lawyer is that stupid.

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"I do think … he might be like, 'I don't want to hear that [or], 'You can't tell me that kind of stuff,' because he's come up with a few lies that I discovered, where they were where the sister was," Dog alleged.

"They were still here on the night and the next day."

Previously, Dog had said that he wanted to speak with Laundrie's sister, Cassie.

He was filmed knocking at Cassie's door on Wednesday but got no answer.

Dog's push to speak to Cassie may prove beneficial given that she has already spoken to a number of protesters outside of her Florida home earlier this month.

"We are just as angry and frustrated and upset as everyone else," Cassie told the crowd, claiming that her parents are also refusing to speak to her.

"I am losing my parents and my brother and my children's aunt and my future sister-in-law on top of this."

She told them she didn't know anything about the case or where Laundrie was hiding – and she said she's unsure if her parents are helping Laundrie evade authorities.

The parents, Chris and Roberta Laundrie, have claimed that they do not know their son's whereabouts, but Dog said that if they do, the FBI could strong arm that sort of information out of them.

“One of these days the men in black are gonna knock on that door and say ‘Excuse me, Mr. Chris, but we have a United States warrant for your arrest.’”

Gabby's body was found in Grand Teton National park on September 19, eight days after her family reported her missing.

On September 21, the Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue confirmed that she died as a result of a homicide.

This week, the official autopsy report was released by Teton County, revealing that Gabby's cause of death was strangulation.

Special Agent Michael Schneider issued a statement after, asking for anyone with information on where Laundrie is to contact the FBI immediately.

Meanwhile, a friend of Laundrie's told The Sun that the fugitive had plans of living outside the US since high school and revealed the countries he may try to escape to — including South Africa and New Zealand.

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