North Carolina police have received multiple reports of Brian Laundrie sightings since Thursday, as Laundrie remains a person of interest after YouTuber Gabby Petito's death was ruled a homicide.

The Haywood County Sheriff's Office stated in a release Monday that they have "received a number of calls regarding the sighting of Brian Laundrie over the past several days."

The sheriff’s office said that each sighting was thoroughly investigated but "all to no avail."

One of the callers, Dennis Davis, reportedly said he was “99.99%” certain he saw Laundrie walking near the Appalachian Trail on Saturday at about 2:30 a.m.

“There is no doubt in my mind I spoke to Brian Laundrie — none whatsoever,” Davis told the 911 dispatcher, according to audio of the call released Monday.

“He was talking wild. He said that his girlfriend left him, and he had to go out to California to see her.”

Davis said that the person he was speaking with seemed out of it, he thinks from being out alone for so long.

“He was acting funny. And I wasn’t sure what he looked like. And then … I went and parked and pulled up the photographs of him. And I’m 99.99% sure that was him.”

Davis said that he believes that the Laundrie was in a white pick-up truck that it could have been a “newer Ford F-150.”

“It wasn’t like an old beater. It was a newer truck,” he said.

After reports she was missing, Petito's body was found on Sept. 21 in Grant Teton National Park, Wyoming.

Laundrie has been a missing person since Sept. 14, with no official spotting of him since he disappeared. He is the main person of interest in the case and also has a warrant out for his arrest for fraud in Wyoming.