In a video posted to TikTok on Wednesday, user @cwlynn said she was staying overnight at a hotel in Toronto on September 20 when she went downstairs to pick up a food delivery.
As she stepped outside to meet her courier, she says she spotted a man who closely resembled Brian Laundrie, who has not been seen since leaving his home in Florida on September 14.
The flight attendant described the man as appearing "flustered" as he walked out of the hotel.
He then allegedly got back into his car and drove away with another man.
She didn't confront the man but she did snap a picture of him from a distance.
The image shows a balding while male with prominent facial hair and a facemask strapped around his chin. The individual picture also appears to be similar in build to Laundrie.
The woman said she also informed the hotel about the man's suspicious activity and likeness to Laundrie.
Staff reportedly told her: "He didn't know where he was going and he had the wrong hotel."
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One thing most people learn is to never trust the smoke and mirrors of social media.
Don't watch these loved-up videos of them and think "Omg they're perfect, he would never".
If you've watched the non-scripted clip of them being stopped by a Ranger (?)/Sheriff's deputy (?) after they were caught having a domestic, you can tell they're on the ropes and over-compensating.
To me, there's absolutely no doubt he killed her. The real question is why.
A fit of rage or was it premeditated? - very hard to tell.