Gabby Petito's Family Heads to Wyoming to Retrieve Body, Get Case Update

Gabby Petito's remains have been kept and examined for over a month in order to determine her cause of death. Now, we are able to let her family go to her grave and place her to rest.
According to reports, the parents of the late 22-year old are heading to Wyoming from the east coast Wednesday morning. They'll take her remains and have her cremated... then they'll return to New York this weekend.

It seems that law enforcement will inform her mother, stepfather and father about the latest developments in the case.

According to reports, the family said that they will not comment on any media coverage until they return to NY. Gabby's mother however spoke out against Laundrie's family lawyer Tuesday after he declared her death a tragedy following the release of autopsy results.

As you may recall, Gabby died from a heart attack. It took a while for the Teton County coroner to publicly announce Gabby's cause. It turned out that she was strangled to death by a person.

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While noting that Gabby's murder seemed to have been carried out in "a lot anger", the coroner also pointed out that her body had been out in the wild for at least three to four weeks before it was found last month.

Gabby's fiancé, Brian Laundrie, is the only person law enforcement wants to talk with -- but can't find -- because he's the primary person of interest in this case and the last person to have seen Gabby alive.

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They were traveling together across the country for much of the summer. There were a few quarrels, most notably in August when Moab police responded to a report that Brian had attacked Gabby.