sMore details are urgent this week about the bizarre case of young Gabriel Pettito, who vanished without a trace during a cross-country car trip, which she and her fiancé Brian Laundry did.
According to The Independent, authorities were called to discuss the couple a few weeks before Gabriel’s disappearance. A witness called the police on August 12 after realizing a heated controversy, but no arrests were made.
The Daily Mail published some Pictures from the authorities’ cameras who flocked to the site at that time.
Gabby’s disappearance was alerted on 9/11, a few days after her parents were unable to contact her and she stopped posting on social media. However, Brian Laundry had already gone home without his girlfriend and without giving explanations.
Laundry, who lived with the 22-year-old in Florida, has refused to cooperate with authorities, including where and why he left his fiancée, with the Pettito family already Make many pleas for help.
Mom can’t believe the last text message sent by her daughter
The last message Gabriel sent from her parents’ phone was that Yosemite National Park in California had no network, The Daily Mail was published yesterday. The text message was sent the day before her boyfriend returned to Florida, according to information provided by the mother, Nicole Schmidt.
The couple was taking a trip through the national parks in North America© Reproduction
Nicole says she got the message on August 30, when the couple was supposed to be mid-flight. “There is no network in Yosemite,” the statement read. However, the mother does not believe that it was the daughter who sent these words. “The truck was in Florida on September 1. I think I can do the math,” he explained to the New York Post.
Note that the last time Gabriel was seen alive was in the Grand Teton area of Wyoming, but the message appears to indicate that she will be entering a park more than 1,000 miles away in California.
Brian has not been arrested by the authorities or charged with any crime, having already appointed a lawyer. However, on this Wednesday, he was identified as a significant person in the case.
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