Brian Laundrie’s clothes have been found

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Lawyers for Brian Laundry’s parents say some articles of clothing from the missing fugitive were found Wednesday morning in a Florida reserve near his home.

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The clothes were found at Mayakahatchi Creek Environmental Park, where the FBI had been searching for Mr. Laundry for the past five weeks.

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This news was first reported by NewsNation reporter Brian Antin.

In a statement, Steve Bertolino, the family’s attorney, said: “Chris and Roberta Laundry went to Mykahatchy Creek Environmental Park to search for Brian this morning.

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“The FBI and (North Port Police Department) were informed last night of the intentions of Brian’s parents and they met with Chris and Roberta this morning.

Brian Laundry

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Brian Laundry

“After a brief search, Brian repeated some articles related to Brian. So far law enforcement is investigating that area more thoroughly.”

Footage shot by a news helicopter over the reserve is shown tent has been set up Where Mr Laundry’s items were found.

A Sarasota County Medical Examiner has been called to the Nature Reserve to examine the baggage.

On Wednesday morning, Chris and Roberta were seen walking to the park, which is next to the Carlton Reserve.

Fox News reported that a law enforcement officer was seen telling her parents that they “probably found something.”

Fox reported that Chris Laundry was seen “constantly moving in and out of bush areas”.

He was later described as having “a white bag and a dark colored object” after walking through a clearing.

Fox said Chris and Roberta were seen placing the item in a bag and handing it over to a law enforcement officer.

Granthshala The FBI and North Port Police have been contacted for comment.

Mr Laundry’s five-week search has focused primarily on the Carlton Reserve in Florida, which is close to Laundry’s family home in North Port.

His parents say he headed to the Mayakahatchi Creek Environmental Park for a hike on September 13, which adjoins the reserve. He originally dated his disappearance a day later but later revised his statement.

Search teams disperse across the Carlton Reserve during a search for Brian Laundry (file photo) (File photo)

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Search teams disperse across the Carlton Reserve during a search for Brian Laundry (file photo) (File photo)

Mr Laundry is said to have only left with a backpack and is known to have carried him in a silver Mustang, which the family has collected since then.

While officials narrowed down the search at one point, they later returned to the area with divers to continue hunting Mr Laundry’s trail among the park’s crocodile-infested swamps.

Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park is a heavily forested reserve that was closed for more than a month during an FBI-led search for Mr.

It reopened to the public on Tuesday, the city of North Port announced.

Credit: www.independent.co.uk / Brian Laundrie

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