What did Brian Laundrie's DNA autopsy reveal?

BRIAN Laundrie has been confirmed dead after human remains found near the Carlton Reserve in Florida were matched to him.

The search for the missing fugitive came to an end on October 21, 2021.

What did Brian Laundrie's DNA autopsy reveal?

Following the discovery of his remains, Brian Laundrie's autopsy result came back inconclusive.

His body was found in a swampy area of the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park. Due to recent hurricanes, the area had been submerged in deep water for weeks.

The cause of death has yet to be determined.

According to the Laundrie family attorney, Steve Bertolino, the remains will be sent on to an anthropologist in an attempt to discover Brian's cause of death.

"No manner or cause of death was determined, and the remains were sent to an anthropologist for further evaluation," Bertolino said.

On Thursday, October 21, following the discovery of human remains on Wednesday, dental records confirmed the remains to be his.

Along with the remains, a backpack containing a notebook was also found.

Will authorities conduct a DNA match on Gabby's body?

According to ABC7, a DNA match could be needed in order for the cops to see if Brian Laundrie killed Gabby Petito.

Brian was named a person of interest in the case of Gabby's disappearance.

A DNA match could be difficult, however, as the pair were a couple and lived together in close proximity for an extended period of time.

Additionally, both bodies were exposed to harsh elements and various animals for multiple weeks.

How did Gabby Petito die?

On September 19, 2021, human remains were found at Grand Teton National Park believed to belong to Gabby Petito.

On September 21, the remains were confirmed to be hers and the death was ruled to be homicide.

An autopsy on October 12, 2021, revealed that Gabby's cause of death was strangulation.

Special Agent Michael Schneider issued a statement following the autopsy.

"The FBI's commitment to justice is the forefront of each and every investigation," he said. "The FBI and our partners remain dedicated to ensuring anyone responsible for or complicit in Ms. Petito's death is held accountable for their actions."

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