Police recovered Brian Laundrie’s notebook from Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park and it’s “maybe salvageable,” cops say.

The investigators confirmed the notebook found belonged to Brian Laundrie, along with a backpack and a dry bag that contained other things belonging to Laundrie.

“It appears it may be salvageable. That really is a question for the FBI though,” According to the North Port Police Department Public Information Officer Josh Taylor who informed the news sources when he was inquired about the condition of the notebook and whether it had any clues which could lead to the suspect.

However, the FBI said that it has no new information to be shared at the moment, but the agencies will keep posting the updates to Twitter as soon as they receive a clear picture of the case.

Brian Laundrie was pronounced dead on Thursday leaving behind mysteries and unanswerable questions around his and Petito’s death. But a piece of evidence could be found inside a notebook where his remains were discovered.

The skeletal remains of Brian Laundrie were found by the FBI near a Carlton Reserve in Florida. There could be a potential suicide note or perhaps a written explanation of the incident that could in uncovering some of the mysteries related to the case that has been haunting Petito’s and Laundrie’s families.

If that notebook contained, for example, information that could have been admissions, it could be projecting blame or rationalization, all that information could help in the determination,” former FBI profiler Jim Clemente told CNN on Thursday.

“…Did he take the time to write out a note of explanation? Maybe even regret? Something that would give answers. Not only to the police but to Gabby’s family,” Jordan told CNN.

Brian Laundire went missing back on September 14 at the moment when Petito’s remains were found in Wyoming. However, Brian Laundrie was the main person of interest after the disappearance of Gabby Petito as her death was ruled by manual strangulation.