Brian Laundrie, Gabby Petito Update: Notebook ‘may be salvageable, might offer clues

Credit: Instagram / Gabby Petito



During the search for Brian Laundrie, a notebook was found near his remains, at a Florida swamp in the Carlton area. The FBI confirmed that a notebook was found. It could provide vital information about the Gabby Petito case as well as information about his final days at the reserve.

Police said that the notebook found on October 20, “may be salvageable.” According to North Port Police Department Public Information Officer Josh Tyler the notebook appeared to be salvageable but added that it was a question for the FBI. The FBI said that they had “no new information.” Tyler was unable to answer questions about its condition or whether there was legible writing inside.



There is confirmation that the items found in the reserve included a backpack, a dry bag and a notebook. It is not known where the notebook was found, whether it was in the backpack, whether it was in the dry bag or whether it was lying in the swamp next to his remains. Brain had been seen in photos with notebooks while he and Gabby Petito had traveled together.



Steven Bertolino, who is the Laundrie family attorney, said that he didn’t know what was inside the notebook. He could not confirm whether it was inside the bag that was found by Chris Laundrie on Wednesday. Brian’s parents had joined in the search for their son at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park on October 20. Chris Laundrie had found a dry bag which was handed over to the authorities.



Internet sleuths as well a former best friend of Brian and many others are curious about the contents of the notebook. In an exclusive interview, the friend told The Sun that the notebook could “detail” what every one wanted to know about the cause of Gabby Petito’s death. The friend referenced the notebook a few days after Brian’s remains were found near his home on Wednesday. The FBI used dental records to confirm that the remains were that of Brian Laundrie, on Thursday.

Source The Sun


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