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Brian Laundrie's Parents Left Their Home '4 To 5 Hours' Between The Time Park Was Reopened To Public & Human Remains Were Found As Lawyer Denies They Planted Son's Possessions At Scene

Oct. 21 2021, Published 11:51 a.m. ET

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Brian Laundrie's parents left their home "four to five hours" in the short gap from when the park connecting to the Carlton Reserve was opened to the public and human remains were found.

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According to NewsNation Now reporter Brian Entin, Christopher and Roberta Laundrie went on one of their longest journeys outside of their North Port, Florida, home since their 23-year-old son went missing on September 13.

As Entin points out, Brian's parents spent four to five hours running errands on Tuesday during the time the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park was reopened to the public for the first time in nearly one month.

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Christopher and Roberta went to a Walmart, where they stocked up on air filters. They also went to a bank, a FedEx office, and an AT&T store in Sarasota.

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While Brian's father has been out and about over the past several weeks, his mother has mainly remained at home.

On Wednesday, Christopher and Roberta decided to go to the Carlton Reserve and help police search the 25,000-acre swamp for their fugitive son.

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Hours into the search, Brian's dad reportedly found a bag full of items belonging to their son. On the other side of the trail, officers discovered a backpack. Near the backpack, they also located human remains.

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While the remains have not been identified, the Laundrie family attorney, Steven Bertolino, says "the probability is strong" that they belong to Brian.

Internet sleuths found it bizarre that hours after joining the manhunt, police miraculously discovered human remains in the area where they had been searching for weeks.

Many wondered if Brian's parents may have planted the backpack, the bag, or even his body.

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Christopher and Roberta's lawyer wasted no time addressing the skeptics. Talking to CNN's Chris Cuomo on Wednesday night, Bertolino said it's absolute "hogwash" to believe his clients planted any of Brian's possessions.

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"In nice terms, it's hogwash," their lawyer scoffed. "Chris and Roberta went to this area first and, as happenstance was, they stumbled upon these items."

According to the medical examiner, the human remains could be identified as early as today. The cause of death will take longer depending on the autopsy results.

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