'For sale' sign spotted on lawn of Laundrie family FL home

News crews prepare to file their stories in front of the Brian Laundrie home in on Wabasso Avenue in North Port Florida on Wednesday, October 20, 2021. Photo credit Thomas O'Neill/NurPhoto via Getty Images

NORTH PORT, Fla. (1010 WINS) -- The Laundrie family might be on the move following months of scrutiny and media coverage that happened right on their front lawn.

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A “for sale” sign is now on the Chris and Roberta Laundrie’s North Port, Florida home, according to the New York Post. The yellow home for weeks saw dozens of media members waiting outside to spot Brian Laundrie’s parents or authorities as they entered.

Brian Laundrie left his parent’s home to go for a hike Sept. 13 and never returned. He was not formally reported missing until Sept. 17.

Laundrie went missing days after his fiancée Gabby Petito was reported missing. Her remains were found in a Wyoming park in September, and it was determined she was strangled to death.

Laundrie’s remains were then found in a Florida reserve a month after Petito’s remains were discovered, on Oct. 20. A coroner has since ruled he died of a self-inflicted gunshot to the head.

During the search for Petito, swaths of people from nearby and across the country stood and chanted outside the Laundrie household, demanding Brian to come out before it was known he was missing, and then toward the family to cooperate in the investigation.

Law enforcement revealed after Brian’s remains were found that the area around the home had cameras planted around it.

Last week, Laundrie attorney Steven Bertolino revealed that Brian’s parents knew a gun was missing when they voluntarily turned their firearms over, but the information wasn’t made public.