Native authorities verify that the stays discovered belong to Gabby Petito and that her dying has been categorized as homicide
Roommates to report very sad news as local authorities have confirmed worst fears about missing young woman Gabby Petito, whose remains were recently found. Wyoming authorities confirmed not only that the remains belonged to Gabby Petito, but that she apparently died from manslaughter.
The body found a few days ago near the Grand Teton National Park is, according to the latest findings, the 22-year-old Gabby Petito. Gabby went missing while on a cross-country road trip with boyfriend Brian Laundrie and was reported missing by her parents on September 11th.
The coroner’s findings determine that Gabby Petito died as a result of murder, but the official cause of death is pending pending the final autopsy results, according to Dr. Brent Blue, Teton County Medical Examiner.
Wyoming authorities had previously stated that a body that “matched” Petito’s description was found in Bridger-Teton National Forest on September 19. During this time, full forensic identification had not been completed and no cause of death was established.
Meanwhile, Gabby Petito’s friend Brian Laundrie was officially named a Person of Interest by the police earlier this month. He was reportedly uncooperative with the police when they tried to question him, leading many to target him as the prime suspect in Gabby’s murder.
He has been missing since September 17, when his family told police they hadn’t seen him since September 14, when he allegedly told them he was on his way to the Carlton Reservation north of his home in North Port , Florida, be.
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