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World Death of Gabby Petito. What is known from Brian Laundrie, his fiancé always not found

05:05  26 september  2021
05:05  26 september  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

Mystery disappearance of US road-tripper grips nation

  Mystery disappearance of US road-tripper grips nation American authorities have launched a massive search for a 22-year-old woman who mysteriously vanished during a road trip with her boyfriend, now declared a "person of interest" in a case gripping the nation. "Two people went on a trip, one person returned and that person that returned isn't providing us any information."Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito quit her job and packed her life into a camper van for the cross-country adventure with Brian Laundrie, 23, documenting their journey in a stream of idyllic-seeming Instagram posts.

Brian Laundrie, interrogé par la police de l'Utah après une altercation avec Gabby Petito, le 12 Août 2021. © Moab City Police Department / AFP Brian Laundrie, interviewed by the Utah police after an altercation with Gabby Petito, August 12, 2021.

he is The number one suspect since the discovery of Gabby Petito's body. Aimed at an arrest warrant, Brian Laundrie, the fiancé of this young YouTubeuse whose death mutes the United States, remains not found.

Suspicious number One of This case that holds the United States in breath, Brian Christopher Laundrie was still not found Saturday, September 25th. The lifeless body of his fiancée, Gabby Petito , was found on September 19th in the Grand Teton National Park, in the state Wyoming.The 23-year-old young man started, at the beginning of July, a road trip Of four months in van landscaped through the grandiose landscapes of the West with Gabrielle "Gabby" petito, very followed on social networks. But he had returned alone, on September 1, ten days before the young woman's family reports her disappearance.

Gabby Petito missing: Brian Laundrie's mom confronted outside home as hunt moves deeper into Florida reserve

  Gabby Petito missing: Brian Laundrie's mom confronted outside home as hunt moves deeper into Florida reserve Brian Laundrie’s mother was spotted outside her home Sunday morning as Florida authorities resumed the search for Laundrie in the deeper parts of a nature reserve where he was last seen. Gabby Petito, 22, has been missing for almost a month. Her mother, Nicole Schmidt, last reported speaking with her daughter on Aug. 25, and the family filed a missing person’s report on Sept. 11. Police named Laundrie, Petito’s fiancé, a person of interest last week as the search for Petito intensified, but his family reported him missing on Friday.

La maison des parents de Brian Laundrie, à North Point, en Floride, le 22 septembre 2021. © Shannon Stapleton / Reuters The House of Parents of Brian Laundrie, North Point, Florida, September 22, 2021.

An arrest warrant was launched Thursday, September 23 by the US Federal Police against Brian Laundrie, To use fraudulently the card of Gabby Petito after his death.

Who is Brian Laundrie?

Like Gabby Petito, Brian Laundrie is from Long Island, an island of New York State. Followed by more than 350,000 people on

Instagram , the 23-year-old man describes himself as a lover of nature. In addition to photos taken in American national parks, many pictures of drawings and illustrations have been published on his profile. Parents live in Northport, Florida, where he lived with Gabby Petito since 2019, according to Fox News .

What do we know about their relationship?

Park Ranger urged Gabby Petito to distance herself from 'toxic' relationship with Brian Laundrie, report says

  Park Ranger urged Gabby Petito to distance herself from 'toxic' relationship with Brian Laundrie, report says A U.S. park ranger in Utah reportedly urged Gabby Petito to distance herself from fiancé Brian Laundrie just weeks before the road-tripping New York native’s remains were believed to be found near Grand Teton National Park. Melissa Hulls, the ranger, was among several officers who responded to a 911 call reporting a possible domestic assault between downtown Moab and Arches National Park on Aug. 12. Fox News previously obtained bodycam video from one of the male officers interviewing Petito – who appeared distraught and on the verge of tears. Officers ultimately filed no charges and said they separated the couple.

Brian Laundrie met Gabby Petito at Blue Point High School in Bayport, New York State. The couple officially trained in 2019. And a year later, in July 2020, the young man applied for marriage.

Ready to the idyllic image returned by the two lovers on social networks, the investigators are closely interested in the relationship of the couple outside of YouTube videos and Storys Instagram. The testimony of a friend of Brian Laundrie, relayed by Fox News , reveals that the couple had a "toxic" relationship.

They had been arrested by a road brigade on August 12, following a violent arguing aboard their van. The American media have widely distributed images filmed by the camera of one of the police where we can see Gabby Petito in tears, confess to having toocs and mental health problems. In this video, Brian Laundrie claims to have been struck by his fiancée with a phone. While the police officers of Utah attest the opposite: he say they saw the young man carry the blows, writes the local television channel KUTV .

Where are the research?

The parents of Brian Laundrie told the North Port police that they had not seen it since September 14, reports CNN . That day he had left the family home with his backpack towards the Carlton Reserve, Florida. The young man said he was leaving camping but did not take his phone, nor his wallet, according to the American chain of information continuously.

For a week, seek them are concentrated in this marshy zone of 250 hectares, infested with crocodiles. Drones, Cynophilic teams, lights ... More than 75 people participate in this real hunt for man.

Hiker claims he saw Brian Laundrie near Appalachian Trail .
A Florida man hiking the Appalachian Trail claims he saw Brian Laundrie driving in a truck around 12:30 a.m. EST on Saturday in Tennessee.Dennis Davis, who spoke to a number of news outlets on Saturday including Fox News Digital twice, said it didn't at first register that the driver may have been Laundrie, but after the encounter, he looked up photos of the fugitive wanted on debit card fraud charges, and he then felt convinced enough to call in the sighting to FBI twice, as well as 911 operators in Tennessee and North Carolina.

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