FBI confirms Gabby Petito’s death by homicide amid the ongoing search for fiance

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The human remains discovered near the Wyoming border have been identified as those of Gabby Petito, according to the FBI. FBI confirms Gabby Petito’s death by homicide.

Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old Florida woman, was traveling with her fiance Brian Laundrie when he returned alone from the trip on September 11 and refused to answer inquiries about her.

When he returned on September 1, he did not contact her family or the police.
Petito and Laundrie, 23, both were visiting Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.

The FBI discovered human remains “consistent” with Petito’s description, prompting the police to seek him. Later the FBI confirms Gabby Petito’s death and it was by homicide

FBI confirms Gabby Petito's death by homicide
FBI confirms Gabby Petito's death by homicide

Petito’s death was eventually certified as a homicide by a county coroner, and the FBI designated him as a “person of interest.”

Peitio had made a report regarding a domestic abuse incident and had complained about her mental health, according to bodycam footage obtained by Utah police.

During an argument, Laundrie claimed she had struck him. He did not, however, press any charges.

The case has been in the news for a few days. It has piqued the interest of internet sleuths on a variety of social media sites.

With over 650 million views, a Tiktok campaign with the hashtag Gabby Petito is trending.

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