American services are looking for blogger Gabby Petito, reported missing by her family. The 22-year-old traveled around the United States with her fiancé. Brian Laundrie came home alone, hired an attorney and refuses to cooperate with the authorities. The police released the recording of a roadside inspection that the couple underwent in mid-August. According to officers, Laundrie and Petito were arguing with each other.
22-year-old blogger Gabby Petito and her fiancé Brian Laundrie set off from North Port, Florida in June on a tour of the United States. Their destination was the west coast of the USA, where they planned to visit numerous national parks there, said North Port Police Chief Todd Garrison at a press conference on Thursday. – During the trip, she was in regular contact with her family, but it stopped suddenly at the end of August – added the policeman.
According to the 22-year-old’s family, they received the last message from the missing person at the end of August. Police say the woman may have been in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, in the central part of the United States at the time. Attorney Richard Stafford said the Petito family did not believe the message they received was sent by them, however. The lawyer refused to answer the question about the content of the message and about the reasons for the doubts of relatives.
The Search for Gabby Petito
On September 1, Laundrie returned to his family home in North Port, where he lived with Petito. The man was alone. After the family of the 22-year-old failed to contact her daughter, they notified the services about her disappearance on September 11.
Laundrie and his family refused to speak to officers who showed up at their Florida home. The policemen were sent to a newly hired lawyer for all information. On Thursday, Richard Stafford read a letter from Petito’s relatives in which they plead with her fiancé to help them in their search. “Please, if you have any decency, tell me where Gabby is,” they wrote.
Meanwhile, US police released a video of a roadside inspection that the couple passed on August 12 near Moab, Utah. According to the officers, the couple were in a quarrel. Although both appeared to show signs of physical struggle, “he and she both explained that they were in love and engaged, and desperately did not want either of them to be charged with a crime,” one police officer Eric Pratt said in a report.
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