Police: 'No plans to conduct a major search' for Brian Laundrie in Florida reserve today

UPDATE: 8:26 a.m.: In a statement, North Port police in Florida said they don't plan to conduct a major search of a vast Florida wildlife reserve today for Brian Laundrie.  
Full statement:
Good morning, The North Port Police Department currently has no plans to conduct a major search of the Carlton Reserve today. 
Follow up statement:
At this time, we currently believe we have exhausted all avenues in searching of the grounds there. Law enforcement agencies continue to search for Brian Laundrie. More updates when available. 
Original story below:
The search in Florida for Brian Laundrie was called off late last night, but investigators are expected to be back later this morning to search a vast wildlife preserve in Sarasota County.
Laundrie, who met Gabby at Blue Point Bayport High School, is a "person of interest" in her disappearance.
Laundrie was the last person known to have been with her before she went missing, according to the authorities.
Laundrie's parents reported to police that they had not seen him since Sept. 14, several days after he refused to speak with investigators about Gabby’s whereabouts.
North Port police, the FBI, and several other agencies have been scouring the creek searching for Laundrie for days.