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Chris and Roberta Laundrie on Oct. 20 discovered a notebook, among other items in a bag, at the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park in North Port, Florida --- not far from where authorities found Brian Laundrie's partial remains.
"It appears it may be salvageable. That really is a question for FBI though," North Port Police Department Public Information Officer Josh Taylor told Fox News Digital when asked about the condition of the notebook and whether it had any legible writing inside of it.
The FBI on Oct. 21 confirmed that the remains recovered from the park on Oct. 20 were indeed Laundrie's based on a comparison of dental records.
Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino tells Fox News Digital that Brian Laundrie’s family is grieving together at an undisclosed location in Florida after the FBI identified Laundrie’s remains on Oct. 21.
Brian Laundrie's parents, Chris and Roberta Laundrie, left their North Port, Fla., home on Sunday morning to meet with their daughter, Cassie Laundrie, and her husband, Jimmy Luycx.
Bertolino previously shared that Chris and Roberta Laundrie chose to forego a funeral for their son.
Nancy Grace, the Fox Nation host, anchored a live special Sunday night on the discovery of Brian Laundry’s remains at the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park in North Florida last week.
The FBI said Wednesday that dental record confirmed the 23-year-old’s identity, but Grace said during the show that there have been relatively few new details to provide a fuller story into what led to Laundrie’s death.
Grace said the details provided thus far have been “very vague."
Laundrie’s remains were sent to a forensic anthropologist to try and determine a cause of death. Grace pointed out that there has been no DNA match and only a partial skull was recovered at the scene.
Laundrie’s recovered remains – which have been described as "bones" by police – will undergo further examination.
EXCLUSIVE: Brian Laundrie’s parents unknowingly walked just a few yards away from locations in a Florida nature preserve where police found their son’s personal belongings and remains Wednesday morning.
When Chris and Roberta Laundrie left their home before sunrise Wednesday, only two journalists were present – a Fox News Digital reporter who followed in a separate vehicle and a Fox News Channel cameraman who remained on their street.
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