Remains were found in a Florida park amid the search for Gabi Pettito’s fiancé

Human remains were found Wednesday in a wilderness area of ​​Florida where authorities were searching for Brian Laundry, the fiancé of Gabe Pettito, a young woman who disappeared on a road trip with Laundry, MSNBC reported, citing a senior law enforcement official.

A spokesman for the office said the Sarasota County Medical Examiner’s Office was called Wednesday morning to Myakkhahatchee Creek Environmental Park where the search for Mr Laundrie is underway. The spokesman declined to comment on the human remains that were found in the park.

The bureau said the FBI was processing a scene in Carlton Reserve, near the park, and said «items of interest are at Carlton Reserve» Wednesday morning in connection with the search for Laundry.

Pettito’s disappearance last month during a road trip with her boyfriend stunned the country, first as an internet sensation and then as a tabloid mystery that’s getting more mysterious by the day.

A local forensic doctor said earlier this month that Ms. Pettito, 22, was suffocated. She was last seen alive on August 26. Her body was discovered near the remote Spread Creek Dispersed Campground in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in western Wyoming.

«the life»

Mrs. Pettito and Mr. Laundry, who lived with his parents in Northport on the west coast of Florida, began their journey in early July from Long Island in New York, where her parents live.

Roaming through Kansas, Colorado, and Utah and pointing west, their «Truck Life» documented on social media with videos and photos depicting a loving couple embarking on an American adventure.

She posted her last photo on Instagram on August 25, the same day she last spoke to her mother on the phone.

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Last month, police in Utah released a video of an August interview with a crying Florida woman describing a conflict she had on a road trip with her boyfriend, who was named as someone concerned about her disappearance.

On September 23, a federal grand jury in Wyoming indicted Laundry for fraud using Petitto’s private bank debit card between August 30 and September 1 to spend $1,000 or more.

He was not charged in her death. – Reuters

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