Brian Laundrie's mom appears to have been seen wearing black dress and hat BEFORE his body was ID'd, online sleuths say

A VIDEO is being shared on social media that claims to show Brian Laundrie's mom Roberta dressed in a black dress and hat the day before his remains were identified by investigators.

The clip, first shared to TikTok on October 20, purports to have been captured earlier the same day by a neighbor living across from the Laundrie family in North Port, Florida.

On the morning of October 20, Roberta Laundrie and her husband Chris joined investigators on a search of Myakkahatchee Creek Park where they discovered a bag belonging to their son just 90 minutes after arriving.

The miraculous discovery, which came after a five-week search by local police and the FBI, was made shortly before investigators located skeletal remains next to Brian's backpack and notebook.

The Laundries were captured on video by a Fox News reporter being told by a police officer "I think we found something." Roberta was seen wiping a tear away from Chris' face as they were advised to go home.

Having arrived at the park at around 7.30am, Chris and Roberta returned home a few minutes after 9am.

It's unclear when the TikTok video was captured but it was first posted to the platform on Oct. 20, the day before the remains were identified as Brian's.

"Why's Roberta all dressed up?? Right as they found articles at the reserve. Immediately following a random delivery to their house," a caption on the video reads.


Sleuths claimed on Twitter that the video was originally posted by the neighbor to Facebook, though The Sun could not locate the original footage.

It's also unclear who the woman depicted in the footage is. She appears to be wearing a hat and dress which seem to be black or dark-colored. However, the area where she is walking is cast in shadow.

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