NORTH PORT, Fla. – The timeline of Brian Laundrie‘s whereabouts since he returned to Florida in his fiancée’s van on September 1 continues to evolve because the household’s lawyer confirms new particulars concerning the day he disappeared from his parents’ North Port dwelling.
According to a press release from attorney Steven Bertolino, Brian Laundrie left the house of his parents, Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, in his silver Ford Mustang on Monday, Sept. 13 – not Tuesday, Sept. 14, as they previously advised the FBI.
Bertolino’s assertion says the Mustang was again on the Laundrie dwelling Wednesday, Sept. 15.
“Upon further communication with the FBI and confirmation of the Mustang being at the Laundrie residence on Wednesday, September 15, we now believe the day Brian left to hike in the preserve was Monday, September 13,” the assertion mentioned.
After not talking with investigators for days, on Friday, Sept. 17 the Laundrie household known as legislation enforcement officers to their dwelling to reveal they hadn’t seen Brian most of that week they usually had been involved about his wellbeing.
They advised investigators Brian left days earlier with a backpack, heading for the Carlton Reserve. At the time, Bertolino mentioned Brian’s parents went to the preserve to search for him on Wednesday, Sept. 15 and located his automobile, however they left it so he may drive dwelling. Then they mentioned they returned the subsequent day to retrieve the automobile themselves.
According to the lawyer’s new assertion, it seems Christopher and Roberta Laundrie returned to the preserve to get their son’s automobile a day earlier than they previously reported.