Chris Laundrie seen for first time after news of Brian’s death

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Family lawyer Steve Bertolino said Chris and Roberta Laundrie anticipated to learn information about Brian’s cause of death Friday, a day after his skeletal remains found in a Florida nature park were identified. Sympathy bouquets bearing condolence cards were seen being delivered to the parent’s North Port home. Laundrie, 23, was the sole person of interest in the murder of his fiancée, Gabby Petito, who vanished in August in Utah.

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