Brian Laundry: Remains found in the wild are those of Gabi Pettito’s missing friend Brian Laundry, FBI confirms

The FBI has confirmed that the human remains of Brian Laundry, friend of the murdered woman, Gabi Pettito, have been found.

The FBI said analysis of dental records for remains found Wednesday in a wilderness area of ​​Florida are those of Laundry, who was missing and wanted in connection with Ms Pettito’s death.

Human remains were found Wednesday along with items believed to belong to Londry, Pettito’s girlfriend, who was found murdered after returning home alone from a cross-country road trip, according to the FBI.

In a press release, the US Department of Justice said: «On October 21, 2021, a comparison of dental records confirmed that the human remains found at Te Mabry Carlton Jr. Memorial Preserve and Miyakachi Creek Ecological Park are those of Brian Laundry.»

Laundry’s parents, Chris and Roberta Laundry, took part in the search Wednesday with the FBI and police from Northport, Florida, more than a month after Laundry was reported missing after heading to the vast Carlton Reserve Park.

«After a short search for a route Brian frequented, I found some articles about Brian,» said Stephen Bertolino, attorney for the Laundry family. «As of now, law enforcement is conducting a more thorough investigation in that area.»

One of the people interested in the murder of Pettito, 23, was Laundry, whose parents reported her missing on 9/11 while the pair were on a cross-country trip to the West.

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The case generated tremendous public interest but also uncomfortable questions about the disproportionate attention that has been given to hundreds of cases of missing or murdered Native American and other minority women across the United States. White petitto.

Pettito’s body was found on September 19 at the edge of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, which the couple had visited. The coroner there concluded that she had died of suffocation and that her body had been where she was found for three or four weeks.

Police arrested the couple on August 12 in Moab, Utah, after a physical altercation between them, but no charges were brought.

Laundry came home alone on September 1 in the Ford that the couple took on their trip. He was reported missing after telling his parents on September 14 that he was going for a walk at Carleton Preserve, a nature reserve in Sarasota County that for weeks had been a major area of ​​research.

Wednesday’s activity focused on the nearby Myakkahatchee Creek ecological park, where television news reports showed the arrival of several law enforcement vehicles and the setting up of a tent inside the woods. The location where the Ford Mustang that Landry drove into the wilderness was found.

Laundry was charged in a federal indictment in Wyoming with unauthorized use of a debit card, which will allow authorities to arrest him if he is found alive.

She alleges that Laundrie used someone’s Capital One Bank card and PIN to make unauthorized withdrawals or fees over $1,000. It does not say to whom the card belongs or what type of fee it is charged.

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