Woman spends 5 hours a day searching Florida reserve for Brian Laundrie’s skeletal remains

An unidentified woman is still hopeful of locating the rest of Brian Laundrie's skeletal remains at a Florida nature reserve nearly three weeks after authorities partially recovered his body.

The TikTok account, chroniclesofolivia, posted a video of the woman, who had been scouring the Carlton Reserve area for at least the past 10 days, spending about five hours a day sifting through the alligator-infested swamp, according to reports.

The skeletal remains of Laundrie, 23, were found on October 21 but the cause of his death remains to be determined after the initial autopsy was ruled "inconclusive".

Last month, Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino confirmed that the wanted man's remains were sent to an anthropologist for further evaluation. Authorities said the late fugitive's compromised human skull was found at the reserve and verified by dental records.

Brian is the FBI's prime person of interest in the high-profile disappearance and death of his fiancée, Gabby Petito, 22.

The social media user has more than 1.2 million subscribers on TikTok. The person behind the account insists that since authorities only recovered half of Laundrie's remains, the additional bones may remain scattered in the 25,000-acre Sarasota County reserve.