Crime Brian Laundrie's Family Attorney Says There Won't Be a Funeral as Autopsy Results Come Back Inconclusive Attorney Steven Bertolino tells PEOPLE that the 23-year-old fugitive's partial human remains — which were found earlier this week — will be cremated By Nicholas Rice Nicholas Rice Instagram Twitter Nicholas Rice is an Associate Editor for PEOPLE Magazine. He began working with the brand as an Editorial Intern in early 2020, before later transitioning to a freelance role, and then staff positions soon after. Nicholas writes and edits anywhere between 7 to 9 stories per day on average for PEOPLE, spanning across each vertical the brand covers. Nicholas has previous work experience with Billboard, POPSUGAR, Bustle and Elite Daily. When not working, Nicholas can be found playing with his 5 dogs, listening to pop music or eating mozzarella sticks. People Editorial Guidelines and Katie Campione Katie Campione Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on October 24, 2021 05:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Brian Laundrie's autopsy has come back inconclusive and his remains are now being transferred to an anthropologist, his family's lawyer says. On Sunday, attorney Steven Bertolino told PEOPLEthat "no manner or cause of death was determined, and the remains were sent to an anthropologist for further evaluation." Bertolino also said that Laundrie's "remains will be cremated and there will be no funeral service." The news comes two days after partial human remains were discovered in Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park — near Laundrie's last known location — and one day after dental records confirmed they belong to the 23-year-old fugitive. Human Remains Found in Florida Park Belong to Brian Laundrie, FBI Confirms Laundrie was last seen six days before the body of his missing fiancée, Gabby Petito, was found in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park. For more on the updates on Brian Laundrie's cause of death and funeral plans, and other top stories, listen below to our daily podcast PEOPLE Every Day. Authorities have determined the 22-year-old Long Island, N.Y., woman died from strangulation while on a two-month-long, cross-country road trip with Laundrie. Brian Laundrie, Gabby Petito. North Port Police Department/Facebook Laundrie was named a person of interest in Petito's disappearance on Sept. 15. For the first week of Petito's missing persons investigation, the Laundrie family refused to cooperate with authorities, directing all questions to their attorney, police said. A week after the Petito case began, the Laundrie family spoke to the FBI for the first time — but not to talk about Petito. Brian Laundrie. Instagram Instead, Laundrie's parents wanted to alert investigators that their son, too, had gone missing. They claimed he was last seen on Sept. 13, after allegedly leaving their home to hike in the nearby Carlton Reserve. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Sign up for PEOPLE's free True Crime newsletter for breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases. The FBI and local Florida authorities quickly launched a search for Laundrie in the 25,000-acre nature preserve, wading waist-deep through snake- and alligator-infested swamps in some areas (The Carlton Reserve is connected to the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, where his remains were eventually found). A notebook and backpack were located near Laundrie's body, in an area of the park previously submerged under water three feet deep. Brian Laundrie. gabby petito/ instagram On Friday, Bertolino told PEOPLE that Laundrie was visibly "upset" the last time that his family saw him. Brian Laundrie Was Visibly 'Upset' When He Left Home for Last Time, but Parents 'Couldn't Stop Him': Lawyer "Yes, Brian was upset when he left and he was not able to be persuaded not to leave the house," Bertolino said. Laundrie was never charged with Petito's death or disappearance, and a suspect for those crimes has not yet been named.