A Florida medical examiner released a report detailing the circumstances behind the discovery of Brian Laundrie’s bones which were found in an environmental park late last year.
The 47-page report was issued Monday morning by Florida’s District Twelve Medical Examiner, nearly four months after finding Laundrie.
Investigators uncovered “a handwritten half note” at the site but the contents of the note were not detailed. They also discovered skeletal animal remains and a pair of green shorts, slip-on shoes, a backpack “with unknown contents,” a hat with a “MOAB Coffee Roasters” emblem, and a backpack “with unknown contents.”
Among the identified human remains were “multiple skull fragments along with the maxilla and mandible,” and several others.
Laundrie was a wanted man after it was revealed that he was a suspect in the murder and disappearance of Gabby Petito. The FBI had issued a warrant for his arrest based on accusations of illegal use of a bank card.