December 9, 2021

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KP Petito case: Human remains found in Florida by Brian Laundry

Human remains found at a reservation in Florida on Wednesday matched Coffee Petito’s boyfriend, The American traveler died last September. The FBI confirmed this Thursday that the family of the young man, the first suspect in a murder that has been missing for weeks, had feared the day before. Discovery of personal belongings belonging to him. “A comparison of dental data confirmed that the human remains found in the” reserve “belonged to Brian Laundry,” the FBI said in a statement.

Laundry, 23, disappeared on Sept. 14, three days after returning alone from a road trip across the country with his 22-year-old girlfriend KP. The most influential young influence on the Internet finally died on September 17 near Grand Dayton National Park in Wyoming. According to the autopsy report, she was strangled. How? ‘Or’ What? Why? The United States has been interested in this extraordinary affair with many gray areas from the beginning.

The key to mystery

He was the key to the mystery of the laundry considered to be the “interested person” in the investigation into the disappearance of KP Petito. It is therefore subject to serious research. Reports from Americans confirmed that they had seen the young man in all four corners of the country. He was actually in the Carlton Reservoir near Sarasota, Florida, not far from his parents’ home.

On Wednesday, investigators said they found human remains with a bag belonging to Brian Laundry and personal items such as a notebook in an area “recently underwater.” If his relatives had confirmed that these objects belonged to the young man, there would have been suspicion about the human remains found. It has disintegrated, but the mystery of the KP Petito affair remains unresolved.

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