It is unclear as to when Brian Laundrie’’s sister, Cassandra Laundrie, final noticed her fugitive brother needed on debit card fraud prices and named as an individual of curiosity within the dying of Gabby Petito.
Cassandra Laundrie instructed ABC’s “Good Morning America” in an interview published on Sept. 17 that the final time she spoke to her brother was when he returned house to Florida with out Petito. That date, in accordance with the household, was on September 1. However the Laundrie household’s lawyer, Steven Bertolino, says the final time Cassandra Laundrie noticed Brian was 5 days later, on September 6.
“Legislation enforcement businesses are effectively conscious of those dates. Any prior communication by Cassie that doesn’t replicate these dates is just a distinction of relating a solution to a query misinterpreted by Cassie or poorly posed by the inquirer,” Bertolino mentioned.
Whereas the precise date that Cassandra and Brian Laundrie final spoke stays unclear, Cassandra instructed ABC Information she now isn’t unable to speak to him.
“I want I may speak to him,” she mentioned.
She continued: “I’ve cooperated each means that I can. I want I had data the place I’d give extra. That is all that I’ve…that I gave to police.”
The sister additionally instructed ABC that she and her household “need Gabby to be discovered protected,” including that her “youngsters love” Petito they usually all needed her to return house “protected and sound.”
Brian Laundrie’s mom, Roberta Laundrie, on Aug. 24 initially made reservations for 2 folks to camp at De Soto Park Campground in Saint Petersberg between Sept. 1-3, about 75 miles north of the household’s house in North Port, however she canceled these reservations on Aug. 31, in accordance with paperwork obtained by Fox Information.
On Sept. 3, she made a brand new reservation for 3 folks to camp on the weekend of Sept. 6-8. Different paperwork obtained by Fox Information present the Laundries checked in to the campground on Sept. 6 and checked out on Sept. 8.
Legislation enforcement businesses and the FBI have been trying to find Brian Laundrie, a fugitive individual of curiosity in Petito’s dying, after his dad and mom reported him lacking on Sept. 17, telling police they hadn’t seen him since Sept. 14.