Brian Laundrie's bones found where parents told FBI to search a MONTH ago, attorney saysOctober 22, 2021
BRIAN Laundrie’s bones were found in an area where his parents told FBI detectives to search a month ago, the family's attorney has said.
Cops were able to positive identity skeletal remains found in Florida's Carlton Reserve using the fugitive's dental records.
Steve Bertolino, the Laundrie family lawyer, told NewsNationNow's Brian Entin on Wednesday: “Chris and Roberta Laundrie were at the reserve earlier today when human remains and some of Brian’s possessions were located in an area where they had initially advised law enforcement that Brian may be.”
The 23-year-old's cause of death has not been revealed.
Details regarding the condition of the remains have not been disclosed.
Bertolino told The Sun that the remains and notebook were unearthed by law enforcement while Chris Laundrie found a dry bag.
Laundrie allegedly told his parents that he was going for a hike at the alligator-infested reserve on September 13 – which was the last time they saw him.
Bertolino shared the distraught mind that Laundrie was in before he left home for his last time.
The attorney told NBC: “I can tell you Brian was very upset when he left. Chris conveyed to me several times he wished he wouldn’t have let him go but he couldn’t stop him.”
The remains, and the articles belonging to Laundrie, were found in a stretch of land inside the 24,000-acre park that until recently had been submerged in floodwaters.
Tom Joyce, a retired NYPD commander, exclusively told The Sun that the remains have likely suffered "a lot of post mortem predation."
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