Gabby Petito with Brian Laundrie, her fiance Courtesy Schmidt and Petito family
The search continues for Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old missing woman.
Petito was reported missing on September 11. She was not reunited with her boyfriend after their road trip.
This map shows the start of Petito's roadtrip with Brian Laundrie and her disappearance.
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Authorities continued their search for Gabby Petito (22 years old), who left on a cross-country trip with her boyfriend in the summer but was not there when he returned to his home this month.
Brian Laundrie (23 years old) returned to his parents' house on September 1 with Petito. Petito's mother Nichole Schmidt reported Petito missing on September 11. She claimed that she spoke to Petito on August 24, 2009.
Schmidt stated that Petito and Laundrie left Blue Point, New York on July 2. Petito captured much of their journey on Instagram. This is the timeline of their trip.
Map of the timeline of Gabby Petito’s disappearance Google Maps/Insider
Petito and Laundrie posted regularly on Instagram about their "van-life" adventures. Petito's most recent post was August 25.
The photo was taken in Ogden, Utah in front of a mural featuring monarch butterflies. This was more than a week after Moab police officers were summoned to investigate a "domestic incident," which involved Petito and Laundrie.
According to Instagram posts, Petito and Laundrie were engaged in July 2020. Petito's mother said that their engagement was canceled. Petito's last known address is in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park.
Continue reading: The complete timeline of Gabby Petito's road trip with Brian Laundrie that led to her disappearance
Laundrie, who refused to be interviewed by police about Petito's disappearance, has been designated a "person-of-interest" in the case. His family said that they hadn't seen Laundrie in a while on Friday.
Laundrie's current location was not known as of Saturday. He was being sought by the FBI agents and North Port Police Department as well as several other agencies in Florida.
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