For strangulation Gabi Petito, the American who died was found dead in Wyoming after disappearance during a trip with her partner Brian Londry, who is still being sought by the Authorities.
According to cbsnews, the cause of death of the young American woman is strangulation. According to medical examiner Brent Blue, who conducted the necropsyPetito’s autopsy caused by strangulation confirms FBI statement homicide. However, he declined to comment on who was responsible for the young girl’s death. whose murder has aroused immense interest around the world.
Authorities, meanwhile, are still searching for her partner, Brian Londry, against whom an arrest warrant has been issued by the FBI. The FBI arrest warrant relates to illegal use credit card not belonging to him between 30 August and 1 September. Londry spent more than $ 1,000, according to the FBI.
Brian Londry, who is not officially accused of the assassination of Gabi Petito, is still wanted by authorities and his family said they last saw him on September 14. Police and FBI agents, backed by divers, police dogs and helicopters, have been searching for him in the Carlton Shelter area near North Port since last Friday when his parents informed them that the 23-year-old had gone there three days earlier.
The investigation teams completed a six-day investigation looking for traces of him in the area where there are alligators and stopped yesterday when it got dark, while today they will repeat the investigations.
The chronicle of the disappearance of Gabi Pepito
Gabriel Petito, 22, had left New York in July with him Brian Londry’s partner, 23 years old, embarking on a journey with a truck, which was to last 4 months and the stations of which the couple often shared with Instagram and YouTube users, where he posted photos and videos.
However, Brian Londry returned alone to their home in Florida on September 1, 10 days before Gabriel’s family reports her disappearance. The unfortunate Gabi was last seen alive in Grand Teton National Park.
Londry did not “want to answer the investigators’ questions” and did not “provide useful information” about his partner’s disappearance, police said the day after the blogger’s disappearance, also declaring that he considered him a “person interested in the investigation”. without officially naming him a suspect.