22-year-old Gabby Petito’s mother reported her missing on September 11
First on Granthshala: Utah police have confirmed that officers were called to an incident involving Brian Laundry and Gabby Petito when she was last seen and was officially reported missing a month ago.
Moab Police Chief Brett Edge told Granthshala News on Tuesday: “Our officers responded to an incident involving Brian Laundry and Gabrielle Petito on August 12, 2021, but neither Brian nor Gabrielle was the reporting party.” “Officers conducted an investigation and determined that there was insufficient evidence to justify criminal charges.”
Additional details were not immediately available.
Petito’s mother, 22, reported her missing on September 11, but they last spoke in the last week of August. He was last seen in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park.
The couple were traveling cross-country in their Ford Transit van and were sharing pictures and videos on social media. On August 12, Petito posted photos taken in Arches National Park, just north of Moab.
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Laundry has not been charged with a crime or of playing a role in Petito’s disappearance, but police in her hometown of North Port, Fla., told Granthshala News on Tuesday they want to talk to her about the case.
“I think one would assume that the likely last person to be around is a person of interest who wants to speak,” a spokesperson said. “However, no offense at this point.”
Laundry hires a lawyer and returns to Florida – in Petito’s van – as a search is underway in Wyoming. The family of the missing woman says he refused to reveal where he had last seen her.
North Port Police told Granthshala News that police seized the van on Monday as part of their investigation, which has involved law enforcement agencies in several states and the FBI, the latter of which conducted a forensic investigation on the vehicle. started.