Brian Laundrie Seen Arguing In Restaurant Before Gabby Petito Disappeared: Witness

Witnesses said that Brian Laundrie, the missing person, had an argument with Jackson Hole restaurant employees before Gabby Petito, his girlfriend, disappeared.
Fox News' Nina Celie Angelo said that Matthew England and she were having lunch at a Tex-Mex joint on August 27th when she witnessed Matthew arguing with a server.

Angelo was not privy to the conversation but she stated that it seemed like the argument was about money. She described Laundries' body language aggressively and stated that he had left and returned four times.

Angelo claimed that she later saw Petito enter to apologize for Laundries' behavior.

Petitos' parents reported Petitos missing on September 11, after she failed to respond to several calls and texts over several days, while Laundrie and she visited parks in the western U.S.

Her body was found in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park on Sunday.

England and Angelo apparently didn't think too much about the incident at the restaurant until video from Utah police bodiescam was revealed last week. Angelo stated that England then realized Petito was Laundrie and Angelo confirmed it.

Nina said that Nina was the couple who were fighting in the restaurant. It stopped me dead in my tracks. It felt like my blood had left my body. It was like I forgot all about it.

On Wednesday, the restaurant confirmed that Petito and Laundrie were there via Instagram. Fox News was informed by a manager of the restaurant that they could not recall the incident and added that summer is very busy at the restaurant.

Brent Blue, Teton County Coroner, has categorized Petitos' death as a murder but has yet to disclose the cause of death in light of further autopsy results.

Laundrie returned to North Port, Florida on September 1 without Petito. Although he has not been charged, he is still considered to be a person of curiosity in the case. His parents reported him missing last Wednesday.

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On Wednesday, search teams fanned to Carlton Reserve in Florida, hoping to locate him.

Joshua Taylor, North Port police spokesperson, said that Laundries' parents told him he went there after he was back in Florida. According to the AP.

This article was originally published on HuffPost. It has since been updated.