There has been a new twist in the manslaughter of 22-year-old Gabby Petito, who shocked the United States, and the disappearance of this boyfriend, Brian Laundrie.

The Wyoming State Judiciary has issued a nationwide search warrant for Laundrie.

Laundie is accused of “using unauthorized devices” after Gabby Petito’s death.

CNN reports.

According to the indictment, Laundrie used a debit card that did not belong to him for more than a thousand euros between August 30 and the first day of September.

According to the FBI, the search warrant allows for the arrest of Laundrie if this is found.

The missing Laundrie has not previously been wanted because he has not been suspected of any crime.

Prior to her disappearance, Laundrie refused to tell the police anything about her lost engagement.

Laundrie is still being searched for in an area of ​​about 101 square miles in a nature reserve in Florida.

According to the Laundrie family, he left home on September 14 to go to spend time in a nature reserve located near the family home.

He was soon reported missing.

Gabby Petito's body was found on Sunday at a campground in Wyoming.

Based on discoveries made on the body, the death was found to be due to a felony.

The FBI is hoping for more clues from the public about what happened and the location of Laundries.

A lawyer for the Laundrie family stressed that Laundrie's search warrant was not related to Petito's death, but to events after Petito's death.