Coroner called to Florida preserve after Brian Laundrie's clothes found
The Sarasota County coroner was called to a Florida park after clothes and a backpack belonging to the fugitive Brian Laundrie were found.
The coroner's office confirmed that it had been called by the North Port Police Department into Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, which sits on 160 acres of heavily forested land attached to the Carlton Reserve, suggesting that after Sarasota County Medical may have discovered an important discovery that the examiner and a corpse dog found clothing and other belongings from Laundrie.
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Partial human remains were also found at a location on the reservation that was previously underwater, NBC News reported.
The remains were allegedly found near a backpack that resembled one used by Laundrie, a senior law enforcement officer at the point of sale said.
Laundrie's parents directed the FBI and North Port Police to the location where "some of Brian's articles were found," according to a statement from Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino.
"Chris and Roberta Laundrie went to Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park this morning to look for Brian," he said. "The FBI and NPPD were informed of Brian's parents' intentions last night and they met Chris and Roberta there this morning. After a brief search off a trail that Brian was visiting, some articles were found by Brian doing a more thorough investigation into the area. "
Laundrie, the only person interested in Gabby Petito's murder, has been at large for weeks. His parents told police they last saw their son on September 13, two days after Petitio's parents, who live in New York, reported them missing. Laundrie's parents allegedly told authorities that their 23-year-old son may have gone to the Carlton Reserve, a 24,000-acre wildlife sanctuary near their Florida home, to camp.
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After a nationwide manhunt, Petito's remains were found in a Wyoming national park in September. Last week, the Teton County coroner announced the 22-year-old travel blogger had died of strangulation.
Dr. Brent Blue estimated that Petito died three to four weeks before her body was found in the Bridger-Teton National Forest on September 19.
Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie on the road trip she went missing. Courtesy Rick Stafford / Find Gabby
Petito went missing for the first time that summer while on a cross-country van trip with Laundrie. The young couple stopped in various national parks on the way and posted on social media about their adventures in “van life”. They began their summer trip on July 22nd in New York and made stops in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah.
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On September 1, Laundrie returned to his Florida home without Petito. Her parents filed a missing person report on September 11th. Authorities tried to ask Laundrie questions about Petito's disappearance, but he was not cooperative.
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Original author: Barnini Chakraborty
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