- Brian Laundrie’s parents claimed to not know his whereabouts.
- According to the family’s attorney, Brian Laundrie’s parents “are concerned about him” and hope the FBI will find him.
- Brian Laundrie, boyfriend of murdered Instagrammer Gabby Petito, has been missing for more than a week.
There are still no traces leading to his capture. The parents of Brian Laundrie, boyfriend and fiancé of the murdered Instagrammer Gabby Petito, said they did not know the whereabouts of their son and also claimed that “they are worried about him.”
Brian Laundrie’s parents made a statement to People through the family’s lawyer Steve Bertolino, where the lawyer said: “Chris and Roberta Laundrie do not know where Brian is.”
Brian Laundrie parents issue statement
The attorney added: “They are concerned about Brian and hope the FBI can locate him. Speculation from the public and some in the press that the parents helped Brian leave the family home or avoid arrest on a warrant that was issued after Brian had already been missing for several days is just wrong. ”
In its report on Monday, September 27, People recalled that Brian Laundrie has not been seen in Florida for more than a week and is the subject of an extensive persecution that has captured the attention of the entire United States. The young man has been cited as a “person of interest” for the disappearance of his fiancee Gabby Petito, although the authorities have not officially declared him a suspect in her disappearance or murder.
Brian Laundrie’s parents say they know nothing about him
The 23-year-old reportedly left the family home on September 14 for a nature walk in the Carlton Preserve, which authorities have called “a vast and unforgiving place at times.” The 25,000-acre reserve has many areas where the water can reach waist-deep.
“This is dangerous work for search teams as they are traversing crocodile- and snake-infested swamps and walking and biking trails that are flooded,” North Port Police spokesman Josh Taylor said in a statement. release issued last week.
Brian Laundrie has an arrest warrant
Amid an intense search for Brian Laundrie’s whereabouts, the Wyoming District Court issued a federal warrant for his arrest last Thursday, alleging that he used unauthorized credit cards after Gabby Petito’s death.
Gabby Petito’s body was found in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park on September 19. Her mother first reported her missing on September 11, ten days after Brian Laundrie returned to his parents’ home in North Port, Florida, in the white van the couple had been using to travel across the country.
Brian Laundrie’s parents said they were “worried” about him
Brian Laundrie returned home alone, authorities said. And since then, he has refused to sit down with investigators to discuss the case and figure out what happened to his fiancée Gabby Petito on their road trip across the country.
For almost two months, Gabby and Brian had been traveling the United States in a modified white Ford Transit van. The couple apparently stopped by Grand Teton National Park on August 25, the same day her mother said she last spoke to her daughter.
Gabby Petito’s case remains a mystery
After their last phone conversation, Gabby Petito’s mother received a “strange text” message sent from her daughter’s phone, one that she now doesn’t think the instagrammer and aspiring youtuber wrote at the time.
Authorities determined that Gabby Petito’s death was a homicide. But investigators are still waiting for the final autopsy results to find out exactly how she was killed. What they do believe they know is that he died sometime between August 27 and 30. If you have any information about the case, call 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324) immediately.
Strange messages from Gabby Petito before she died draw attention
While the authorities continue the search for her boyfriend Brian Laundrie, some messages, which now seem strange, writings by Gabby Petito have caught the attention of users who are also trying to figure out why the sad homicide that shocked the United States occurred.
According to a newspaper report The Sun, web inquirers have called attention to several messages written in an artistic work by Gabby Petito published in her Instagram. The work is a drawing of a female face surrounded by some phrases and published on April 27, 2020, according to the date indicated in the post.
They analyze messages written by Gabby Petito
In one of the messages around the face drawing it was read: “I don’t like going out. I like my bed “, while another one below said:” For my future self: I’m not sleeping, I’m just closing my eyes. ” And at the top of the drawing, a sign said: “From: the inner workings of my mind …”.
Users began reading and debating the meaning of the messages in Gabby Petito’s artwork, which she titled “#boredinthehouseandiminthehousebored,” likely in reference to the success that went viral on TikTok during the Covid quarantine in 2020, she explained. the referred newspaper.
They debate messages from Gabby Petito written in a drawing
“Why would I write: ‘I don’t like going out’?” Commented one user, while another questioned: “Why would I write: ‘For my future self: I’m not sleeping, I’m just closing my eyes’?” According to The Sun, other messages around the drawing say: “not now, I’m busy sleeping” and “you were like a dream”.
The newspaper reported that the case of Gabby Petito has attracted the attention of millions of Internet users who have been obsessively analyzing the posts of the blogger and aspiring youtuber on social networks in search of clues that may clarify her death.
They look for clues in messages and publications of Gabby Petito
The young woman’s latest Instagram posts (now with over 1 million followers) have been questioned by so-called ‘detectives’ on the web who have mentioned the lack of tagged locations, as well as a possible clue revealed by her hair.
Many of those research users pointed out that Gabby Petito’s hair appears to have been dyed blonde in her last post, as her hair was not as light in her previous posts. There is no evidence that the images were edited or posted by anyone other than the victim, The Sun noted.
Gabby Petito’s boyfriend has yet to appear
Gabby Petito’s body was found early last week in Wyoming and then Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue confirmed that the young woman died as a result of a homicide, but the cause has yet to be determined in the final conclusions of the autopsy.
Meanwhile, her fiancé Brian Laundrie has been missing for more than a week, after his family said he left home to hike to Carlton Reserve, but has not returned so far. Police and FBI authorities are still looking for him.
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