Police officers arrive at home of missing ‘van life girl’ Gabby Petito’s fiancé Brian Laundrie


Four police officers arrive at Florida home of missing ‘van life girl’ Gabby Petito’s fiancé Brian Laundrie as her family’s supporters jeer outside but cops say they’ve only questioned his parents so far

  • Video surfaced of four police officers entering 23-year-old Brian Laundrie’s Florida home on Friday afternoon after being let in by a family member
  • ‘Bring Gabby home!’ a woman can be heard yelling as police made their way in to the home, referring to Petito, who has not been heard from since Aug. 30 
  • At one point one of the officers exited the home and retrieved what appeared to be an evidence bag from his police cruiser before returning inside
  • North Port police tweeted they were called to the home ‘at the request’ of the family, but that they are ‘not speaking’ to Brian


Four police officers arrived at the home of missing ‘van life girl’ Gabby Petito’s fiancé Brian Laundrie as supporters ask ‘where’s Gabby?’ and jeer for him to reveal the truth about her disappearance. 

Video surfaced of four police officers entering 23-year-old Brian Laundrie’s Florida home on Friday afternoon after being let in by an unidentified family member. 

‘Bring Gabby home!’ a woman can be heard yelling as police made their way in to the home, referring to of 22-year-old Gabby Petito, who has not been heard from since August 30 while she was on a cross-country trip with her 23-year-old fiancé. 

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Police arrive with evidence bags at the North Port, Florida home of Brian Laundrie on Friday

Police seen entering the Florida family home of Brian Laundrie on Friday afternoon

Police seen entering the Florida family home of Brian Laundrie on Friday afternoon 

At one point one of the officers exited the home and retrieved what appeared to be an evidence bag from his police cruiser before returning inside

At one point one of the officers exited the home and retrieved what appeared to be an evidence bag from his police cruiser before returning inside

About an hour after first entering the home, two officers came out and opened up a silver convertible Ford Mustang in the driveway which is understood to belong to the family

About an hour after first entering the home, two officers came out and opened up a silver convertible Ford Mustang in the driveway which is understood to belong to the family

Also demanding answers was a man on a megaphone who asked ‘Where’s Gabby, Brian?’ repeatedly, joined by others who crowded the Laundrie’s front yard recording the police entering the home. 

‘We’re out here, Laundrie family, we’re out here, we’ll be out here everyday!’ the man on the megaphone yelled towards the home.   

At one point one of the officers exited the home and retrieved what appeared to be an evidence bag from his police cruiser before returning inside, DailyMail.com reporter Greg Woodfield, who was outside the property, reported. 

North Port police tweeted they were called to the home ‘at the request’ of the family, but that they are ‘not speaking’ to Brian. 

About an hour after first entering the home, two officers came out and opened up a silver convertible Ford Mustang in the driveway which is understood to belong to the family. It has been there most of this week.

They opened the trunk and also delved inside the vehicle after opening the driver side door for a very quick search before the officers went back in the house,  DailyMail.com reporter Woodfield reported. 

In an attempt to calm the rowdy group in front of the home, North Port police deputy chief Chris Morales stepped on to the lawn and addressed the crowd, saying: ‘This is not helping. Please keep it down. I ask you to have courtesy for the neighbors.’ DailyMail reported Woodfield reported. 

‘Please respect the peace. You guys can be here but respect the peace,’ he added, but was drowned down at one point by chants of ‘where’s the respect of Gabby?’

Police officially named Brian Laundrie a ‘person of interest’ in their inquiry into her mystery disappearance as he refuses to cooperate, although they say there is no evidence any crime has been committed.

Cops in North Port, Florida, said: ‘Brian Laundrie is a person of interest in this case. As of now, Brian has not made himself available to be interviewed by investigators or has provided any helpful details.’

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