"Any little bit of information, some people think, oh that's not a big deal, I just say him briefly, any little bit of information could be what we need to piece everything together," said Carly Hose, Deputy First Class for the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
A piece information that could answer some questions for the family.
"So the quicker and the more information that we get the quicker we'll be able to put the pieces together and really answer a lot of questions for the family," said Hose. "They have a lot of questions right now as far as how he ended up where he ended up and exactly what happened as any of us would."
Officials say based on what they know what right now, there's some suspicious activities surrounding Flook's death.
"There are obviously suspicious circumstances surrounding the discovery of his body and we really need to put that time line together and the only way I think we're going to be able to do that is with the community's help," said Hose.
Officials say results from the autopsy will help fill in some of the blanks and hopefully give some much needed answers to the Flook family.