Caso Gabby Petito: posibles restos humanos y pertenencias de Brian Laundrie hallados en Florida

Gabby Petito Case: Possible Human Remains of Brian Laundrie Found in Florida

The FBI is expected to provide an update on the investigation in the coming hours

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A senior law enforcement source reported that possible human remains were found in Florida’s Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park on Wednesday. The situation arose on the same day that Chris and Roberta Laundrie, the parents of Brian Laundrie, who was Gabby Petito’s boyfriend, were inside the park and “some items belonging to Brian were found.”

The FBI is expected to provide an update on the investigation in the Gabby Petito case in the coming hours.

Steven Bertolino, who represents the Laundrie family, confirmed to Fox News Digital that the family informed law enforcement Tuesday night of their intentions to search the park and detailed that they met with officials there. Bertolino confirmed that while searching areas that Brian frequented, “some items belonging to Brian were found.”

In addition, Sarasota County Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Russell Vega also told Fox News via email that his office went to the scene “at the request of law enforcement.” He could not confirm details of possible human remains.

Brian Laundrie is a person of interest to authorities following the disappearance and subsequent murder of his fiancée, Gabby Petito.

The Gabby Petito case

Last September 11, police recorded the disappearance of a young woman named Gabrielle “Gabby” Petito, 22, who lived with her fiancé Brian Laundrie in North Port, Florida.

Brian and Gabby had embarked on an affair as a couple. On July 2, they set out from New York with the intention of traveling across the United States camping and touring national parks. Their plan was to document and share their experience on social media.

Several days into the trip, Brian Laundrie returned home alone to Florida on September 1. When Gabby’s family reported her missing to authorities 10 days later, Laundrie was also missing.

Two days later, on Sunday, authorities found a lifeless body in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, and police found two weeks ago that the body matched Petito’s description. The preliminary forensic conclusion, although there are no details, is that it is a homicide.

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