On Saturday, investigators continued to search the missing woman, Gabby Petito, across the country, a week after the first missing persons report. Since police came to her Florida home on Friday to speak to him and her parents told them they had no news of her, the search for her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, has intensified, who is a person. interested in this case. Tuesday. . The FBI announced Sunday that the body found in a Wyoming state park was “consistent” with Pettitto’s description. The FBI also warned that they have failed DNA tests to confirm 100% of his identities, and the investigation is still ongoing. The cause of death has not yet been determined.
New York woman disappears on a road trip. Boyfriend refuses to cooperate with the police.
Miss Gaby Petitto. Social media user Nomadic Statik was not found after a road trip with her boyfriend to Utah because Brian Laundrie refused to cooperate with police.
A New York woman who went on a road trip with her boyfriend is still missing, although the man who accompanied her has returned home because the missing person’s family is concerned about her whereabouts.
Gabby Petito, 22, of Blue Point, New York, made her last appearance on August 24, when she and her boyfriend Brian Laundrie left a hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The next day, she called her family for the last time and told them that she and Laundrie had gone to Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Before that, the couple lived in a van and traveled.
Pettitto’s latest Instagram post on August 25 shows that she is visiting the Emperor’s Wall in Ogden, Utah with the caption “Happy Halloween.” The couple head to Yellowstone National Park. Except Petito never did. What happened to this woman remains a mystery.
The laundromat has since brought the couple’s 2012 Ford Transit truck back to their Florida home, and police said the truck was recovered. According to her family, she allegedly hired a lawyer and refused to cooperate with investigators.
[It’s like] drowning with your hands tied behind your back, “Petitto’s father, Joseph Petitto, told News Daily about his daughter’s disappearance. It can’t be described. There’s nothing you can do. You can’t control anything. ‘ .
Shortly before 7 p.m. Saturday night, the Suffolk County Police Department launched an investigation after her mother, Nichole Schmidt, reported her missing.
Petito is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs about 110 pounds. She has several tattoos on her body, one of which is on her forearm and says “Let’s go with the flow.”
Two years ago, she grew up in Blue Dot and attended Bayport-Blue Dot High School.
Gabby’s father Joseph moved to Vero Beach, Florida in June to get close to her daughter, describing her as “very, very free and unbridled.”
Her clothes didn’t impress him. The car did not impress her. Experience, this is what impressed her.
After Petito attended her brother’s graduation ceremony in New York on June 17, the couple began their journey on July 2. They plan to arrive in Portland, Oregon, and visit a family friend on Halloween.