An investigation in the woods about an hour outside of Gainesville continued on Sunday after human remains believed to be that of missing teen Christian Aguilar, of Miami-Dade, were discovered.
His parents on Sunday visited the site where the discovery was made in neighboring Levy County.
On Sunday night, there was a concert at FIU in Miami-Dade to benefit the family of the 18-year-old graduate of Doral Academy Preparatory School, who went to the University of Florida to become a biomedical engineer.
Aguilar was last seen Sept. 20, when he went to a Gainesville Best Buy with Pedro Bravo, an 18-year-old friend from Doral Academy enrolled at Santa Fe College.
Arrested four days later, Bravo told police he beat Aguilar and left him bleeding in a parking lot. He said the two had a fight over Aguilars girlfriend, whom Bravo dated previously. But searches found nothing.
A body, believed to be Aguilars, was found Friday by two hunters at the Gulf Hammock Hunting Club, near Cedar Key.
Bravo is charged with murder and kidnapping.
A memorial for Aguilar is scheduled for 7p.m. Monday at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Gainesville.