Brian Laundrie search is a person of interest in his girlfriend’s death.
According to FBI Special Agent in Charge Michael McPherson, investigators also discovered things belonging to Laundrie, such as a bag and a notepad. McPherson said that a crew would be on the scene for many days.
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Laundrie’s bag and notebook were discovered in a nature preserve along with what appears to be human remains on Wednesday. The chief medical examiner for Florida’s 12th District, Dr. Russell Vega, confirmed to ABC News that he is attempting to identify the remains.The identification process, according to Vega, may take up to a week. At the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park in North Port, Florida, authorities found what they believe to be human remains.
According to the attorney for the Laundrie family, FBI investigators took DNA samples from Laundrie’s parents’ North Port house early in the hunt for him.
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- Human remains and belongings related to the fugitive were discovered in a Florida park on Wednesday, according to law enforcement and the family’s attorney, Steven Bertolino, who talked to WABC in New York.
- It was revealed to police by Chris Laundrie, Laundrie’s father, two weeks before to the discovery of Brian’s things, according to the attorney.
- This is an area where we originally told the FBI that Brian enjoyed hiking, Bertolino said, but he couldn’t tell for certain if Chris had shown it to authorities at the time.
- Before making any statements, the lawyer added, the family is awaiting formal identification.
- “The parents, as you would expect, are devastated…. They’re in mourning mode right now, “he asserted, sayin