- The last and “odd” text that Gabby Petito sent to her family after raiding the house of her fiance’s family.
- The mother of the young influencer assured that the content of the message made her think that something was not right.
- The FBI reported that agents removed several boxes and towed a car during the search of Petito’s boyfriend’s house.
The case of the disappearance and the discovery of the alleged human remains of Gabby Petito continues to raise new questions. After the police raided the house of Petito’s fiancé’s family, in North Port, Florida, the last “odd” text that Gabby sent to her family came to light.
The police revealed through a search warrant the last and “odd” text message that Gabby supposedly sent to her mother on August 27. The document indicates that this was the “last communication” that someone had with the missing young woman.
Gabby Petito’s last message was “strange”
As reviewed AND! NewsIn the court order of September 20, Petito’s mother, Nichole Schmidt, stated that she received a “strange text message” from her daughter on August 27. The text message read, “Can you help Stan? I keep getting his voicemails and missed calls. ”
Schmidt indicated that although the influencer’s grandfather was named Stan, the young woman never referred to him in that way and was worried that something was not right. “The mother was concerned that something was wrong with her daughter,” said the court order from Officer Daniel Alix. “This is the last communication anyone had with Gabby,” he said.
It was not normal Gabby behavior.
“His cell phone was no longer working and he stopped posting on social media about his trip. According to her family, this was not Gabby’s normal behavior and they cared more for her, ”Alix said. On September 19, the FBI and police found human remains in Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton National Forest that matched the description of the 22-year-old influencer, The Associated Press reported.
Petito disappeared after leaving with her boyfriend Brian Laundrie, 23, in July heading to the western United States to visit the national parks. Along the way they got into a fight and Laundrie returned alone to his parents’ North Port home on Sept. 1, according to police.
FBI removes evidence from Petito’s fiancé’s house
The FBI did not provide details about the search by at least a dozen law enforcement officers, but officers removed several boxes and towed a car that neighbors said was used by the mother of Petito’s fiancé. Local media said Laundrie’s parents were seen getting into a police vehicle.
Laundrie and Petito had been living with their parents in the North Port home before the road trip in which she died. The young couple set out in July in a converted van to visit national parks in the West. They had a fight on the road and Laundrie was alone when he drove the truck back to his parents’ home on Sept. 1, police said.
Autopsy of the remains found will be this Tuesday
In Wyoming, the FBI announced Sunday that agents had discovered a body on the edge of Grand Teton National Park, which the couple had visited. No details were released about the cause of death. An autopsy was scheduled for Tuesday.
“Full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm 100% that we found Gabby, but her family has been notified,” said FBI Agent Charles Jones. Laundrie has been named a person of interest in the case, but her whereabouts are unknown in recent days.
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