INTERNET sleuths trying to track down Gabby Petito's missing fiancé believe they have proof he's still active online.
Brian Laundrie vanished last week from his family home in Florida after police began investigating the disappearance of his ex-partner, 22.
Authorities confirmed that Gabby's body was found in Wyoming and that her former fiance remains a "person of interest" in the homicide probe.
Internet users fascinated by the case insist they have proof that Brian is still updating a number of social media platforms.
They claim the Florida native created a Spotify Playlist called 'Selfconsomption' shortly after Gabby vanished.
Online sleuths now allege that the playlist's name has been changed to 'Nomatic Statik' – which is the name of the travel YouTube channel which Brian and Gabby created.
Another claim is that Gabby's fiancé has been unfollowing accounts on Instagram as the number of people he is following has decreased.
However, this could be explained by other accounts blocking him or private accounts unfollowing him.
This comes after a woman claimed she spotted a man who she is now certain was Brian "acting weird" around the area where Gabby was found dead.
Graphic designer Jessica Schultz, 38, camped out at Spread Creek, Wyoming with her friends between August 22-29.
Jessica said that she saw a white male and a white van on August 26. She claimed she saw the vehicle on two other days – the 27th and 28th.
The graphic designer said the man was "acting weird".
She said: "You know when you’re out in the middle of nowhere, your hackles go up when you see something that’s out of the ordinary.”
It was bodycam footage released by police in Utah last week that, Jessica said, convinced her to come forward.
The alleged sighting came just days after a man, known only as Chris, claimed that he saw Gabby and Brian fight on August 12, according to a Moab City Police statement.
Police were called following an "incident" involving the couple outside a grocery store on that day.
The witness alleged he heard Gabby call Brian "mean".
The couple toured national parks in Kansas, Colorado and Utah as they explored the midwest.
A witness told cops that "something seemed off" as they appeared to be having a "dispute" and "talking aggressively".
Chris alleged: "At one point, they were sort of fighting over a phone.
"It appeared that he didn’t want her in the white van. He got into the driver's seat and she followed him. At one point, she was punching him in the arm.
“She eventually climbed in/over him and over to the passenger seat. I heard her say ‘why do you have to be so mean.'
"I wasn't sure how serious this was. It was hard to tell if they were sort of play fighting but from my point of view, something definitely didn't seem right."
The couple were roughly two months into a four-month adventure when Brian returned to his Florida home with their van on September 1.
He was reported missing last week by his family and police started searching a vast 24,000 acre Florida nature reserve over the weekend.
Gabby's last known contact with her family was on August 25 when she and Brian reached the Wyoming nature reserve.
She is believed to have been killed in a homicide, according to an initial autopsy report, FBI Denver said.
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