North Port, Fla. – “Chances High” That Human Remains Found in a Florida Park This Week Belongs to Brian Laundry person of interest only In Gabby Petito According to the lawyer for the Laundry family, who has been missing himself since last month.
Potential human remains were found on Wednesday at Mykahatchy Creek Environmental Park in North Port, Florida, along with a backpack and a notebook attached to the laundry. Officials told a news conference that it would take time to identify the remains, which are being examined by forensic teams.
In a statement to Granthshala News Digital, Steven Bertolino, a lawyer for the Laundry family, said the “likely” remains that the remains found belonged to Brian. Bertolino said that he and his parents, Chris and Roberta Laundry, “were always cooperating with law enforcement with regard to locating Brian.”
Laundry’s Parents, Joe Reported missing from his North Port home since September 14, Was in the park on Wednesday morning and appeared “emotional” as he left, Granthshala News reported.
Earlier, Bertolino had confirmed that Chris and Roberta Laundry were present when the remains and objects were found.
Michael McPherson, the head of the Tampa FBI office, later said at a news conference that investigators were “working diligently” to get answers. He said the items and remains were found in a marshy area – home to crocodiles, snakes, coyotes and other wildlife – that was previously underwater.
“It is likely that the team will be on site for several days,” McPherson said.
Images obtained exclusively by Granthshala News show Chris and Roberta laundry at Mayakahachi Creek Environmental Park with at least one law enforcement officer on October 21, 2021.
Brian Laundry Wants On One federal warrant, Between August 30 and September 1, Pettito has been charged with fraudulently receiving more than $1,000 for one or more unauthorized uses of the card. Authorities have not named him a suspect in Petito’s murder.
A Wyoming Coroner Said Pettito died by strangulation, and his body was likely to lay out for four weeks, but no suspects have been named in his death.
Gabby went missing during a cross-country trip with her fiancé Brian, triggering a nationwide search for the 22-year-old that ended with authorities Finding His Remains in Wyoming National Park.
This story was reported from Cincinnati.