Police are seen confiscating mysterious letters sent to the neighbors of Brian Laundrie’s parents

July 1: Gabby Petito and her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie left Blue Point, New York for a cross-country road trip

Aug 12: Police in Moab, Utah respond to a domestic incident involving the couple

Aug 17: Laundrie allegedly flies back to Florida to ‘clear out a storage unit’   

Aug 21: Petito’s father, Joseph Petito, has his last FaceTime video call with his daughter who was in Salt Lake City, Utah 

Aug 23: Laundrie flies back to Utah to ‘rejoin Gabby’ on their trip 

Aug 24: Petito is last seen at a hotel in Salt Lake City with Laundrie

Aug 25: Petito makes final call to her mother, Nicole Schmidt, saying she was in Grand Teton National Park

Aug 25 or 26: The couple chats with the owner of a shop called ‘Rustic Row’ in Victor, Utah for about 20 minutes 

Aug 27: Video of Petito’s van was taken by blogger Jenn Bethune, of Red White & Bethune, around 6.30pm at the Spread Creek Campground; Witnesses say they saw a ‘commotion’ with the couple at Merry Piglets Tex-mex restaurant in Jackson, Wyoming – if accurate, this appears to be the last known sighting of Petito 

Aug 29: The day that Wisconsin TikToker Miranda Baker claimed that she and her boyfriend were approached by Laundrie at Grand Teton National Park and asked them for a ride at 5.30pm; Schmidt says she is not entertaining this claim and believes it possibly factual

Aug 30: Schmidt receives the last text from Petito: ‘No service in Yosemite’

Sept 1: Laundrie returns to his parents’ home in North Port, Florida in a van without Petito

Sept 6-7: Laundrie and his parents visit Fort De Soto campsite in Florida

Sept 11: Schmidt reports Petito missing to authorities in New York; Petito and Laundrie’s van was impounded by police in Florida that same day

Sept 12: Grand Teton National Park rangers search for Petito

Sept 13: Laundrie’s lawyer says on October 5 that his parents now ‘believe’ this was the day they last saw him heading for a hike

Sept 14: Laundrie issues a statement about Petito’s disappearance through his lawyer; Laundrie’s parents claim on September 17 that Laundrie left his parents’ home for a hike this day and they hadn’t seen from him since 

Sept 15: Laundrie is officially named a person of interest in Petito’s case

Sept 17: Laundrie family attorney confirms his whereabouts are unknown

Sept 18: North Port police and the FBI start searching the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota County for missing Brian Laundrie

Sept 19: Bethune realizes she has video of Petito’s van around 12am and submits the FBI with the footage 10 minutes later; Officials announce a body was found near Grand Teton National Park that matched Petito’s description in the afternoon

Sept 21: Coroner confirms remains found in Grand Tetons belong to Petito. Her death is ruled a homicide but her cause of death is still under investigation

Sept 20 – 22: FBI and North Port police continue search for Laundrie in Carton Reserve 

Sept 22: Neighbors say they saw the Laudrie family pack up their detached camper on the day Gabby was reported missing. DailyMail.com photos show the camper was back in the driveway two days later, on September 13 

Sept 23: FBI issues an arrest warrant for Laundrie for ‘use of unauthorized access device’ for fraudulently using a Capitol One Bank debit card that was not his between August 30 and September 1 to spend $1,000; A probe is launched into the police handling of the Utah police incident on August 12; Laundrie’s parents visit their attorney in Orlando 

Sept 25: Dog the Bounty Hunter joins the search for Laundrie 

Sept 26: A funeral is held for Petito in Holbrook, New York, and her family launch a charity to help parents find missing children 

Sept 27: Manhunt for Laundrie in the Carlton Reserve is scaled back after 10 day search doesn’t find him. Dog the Bounty Hunter says Laundrie and his parents stayed at Fort De Soto Park from September 1-3 and September 6-8 – and that on the latter visit only the parents left 

Sept 28: Laundrie’s mom is accused of using a burner phone to contact her son September 29: Documents reveal Laundrie’s mom canceled a reservation for the Fort De Soto Park campsite for two from September 1 to 3 and booked for three from September 6 to 8; FBI seizes surveillance footage from site; FBI investigates lead Laundrie bought a burner phone on September 14; Dog the Bounty Hunter searches the area near Fort De Soto finding a recently drunk can of Monster Energy at a makeshift campsite deep in the woods 

Sept 30: Bodycam footage from a second officer at the August 12 incident is released showing a distressed Petito admitting Laundrie hit her; FBI agents collect more evidence from the Laundrie home 

Oct 1: It emerges Laundrie’s sister had contact with him after she said she did 

Oct 2: A hiker along the Appalachian Trail claims to have seen Laundrie near the border of Tennessee and North Carolina 

Oct 3: Investigators searched the area on the Appalachian trail for any signs that Laundrie had been there  

Oct 4: Laundrie’s sister told protestors outside her home that her family has been ignoring her after they rebuked her story and that she does not know where her brother is

Oct 5: Laundrie’s sister appeared on Good Morning America to say she would turn her brother in if she knew where he is; The Laundrie attorney says his parents now ‘believe’ he went on the run one day earlier than they first claimed (September 13 not 14) meaning he had a four-day headstart before they reported him missing to authorities; The attorney also says Laundrie flew from Utah to Florida on August 17 without Petito to clear out a storage unit then returned on August 23; A hiker reports a sighting of a person he believed to be Laundrie along the Appalachian Trail near the Tennessee border

Oct 6: Petito’s parents and step-parents appear together on Dr. Phil to discuss their daughter’s death. Her family paints a vivid picture of the scene where her body was found and encourages Laundrie to turn himself in; The Laundrie family lawyer says his father Christopher went to look for him on the night of Sept. 13 when he didn’t return from the park

Oct 7: Laundrie’s father Christopher joins FBI agents on the search for his son at the Carlton Reserve but the search brings up no clues; FBI says it is also investigating 11 alleged sightings of Laundrie along the Appalachian Trail near the North Carolina-Tennessee border; investigators confirmed neither Petito or Laundrie’s phones were found in the couple’s campervan

Oct 8: North Port Police spokesperson says there is a ‘lot of oddness’ with Laundrie’s parents handling of the situation and that ‘a lot of things that didn’t make sense’ about their version of events

Oct 12: Teton County Coroner Dr Brent Blue announces autopsy findings which show Petito died by strangulation; No specific date of death was given – only that she was dead 3-4 weeks before her body was found 


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