Laundrie Family Attorney Confirms Remains Found in Florida Are Brian's

Brian Laundrie is Gabby Petito's fiancé. The FBI has confirmed that dental records show that remains discovered on a Florida hiking trail are consistent with those of the 23 year-old.
Brian's remains were discovered Wednesday at the Carlton Reserve, North Port, FL... just hours after Brian's belongings were discovered by the FBI during an initial search at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.

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TMZ is told by Roberta and Chris Laundrie that Brians remains were found yesterday at the reserve. We are unable to comment further at the moment and ask for your understanding of the Laundries' privacy.

We reported that Brian's parents led FBI agents to the trail previously unknown. There, they found clothing and a backpack believed to be his. The location was visited by the Medical Examiner, Pasco County Sheriff's Office's Human Remains Detection Team, and a K-9.

Parents of Brian Laundrie, fugitive, ventured into Florida's Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park where Fox News Digital saw an officer tell them that law enforcement might have found something. @FoxNews @FoxNewsDigital #gabbypetitio #BrianLaundrie Laura Ingle NOT Ingraham (@lauraingle) October 20, 2021 @lauraingle

This news comes just a month after authorities confirmed that the body found in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park was Gabby's. An autopsy was performed by the Teton County Coroner, who ruled that her death was homicide. Authorities also claimed she had been strangled to death.

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Laundrie, as you probably know, fled the FBI and Dog the Bounty Hunter in a nationwide manhunt.

The Petito case gained national attention when Brian returned to Florida without Gabby on September 1, despite the fact that they had taken a cross country trip together and documented it on social media.

To add fuel to the fire, there was also an alleged domestic disturbance on the Utah road and a public scuffle in Wyoming. The situation got so bad that they had to be kicked out of a restaurant.

Gabby's parents claimed that they hadn't heard from Gabby since August 25, and reported Gabby missing on September 11. Laundrie was identified as a person of concern just four days later. But then, there was a twist. He refused to cooperate with authorities and his family reported him missing Sept. 17, adding that they hadn't seen him in days.

Gabby's family urged Laundrie to surrender during an emotional news conference held in her native state of NY.

There were many alleged Brian sightings along the route - all across Florida and as far as Canada. A trail camera spotted a man that matched the description of Brian, and it was located approximately 450 miles from North Port. This would make for a long walk over four days.

Later, the Okaloosa County Sheriff stated that they had searched the area where Laundrie's image was taken, but couldn't find any objects or people of interest. Laundrie's parents were also visited by the FBI to get some items for DNA matching.

There was also this... Dog who joined the manhunt and alerted cops to a possible lead.

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