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Police investigate 911 calls spotting Brian Laundrie in North Carolina

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A North Carolina caller to 911 said that Brian Laundrie flagged him down to ask for directions to California and was “talking crazy.” The Haywood County sheriff said the department received ten calls, but none of the leads panned out.