Gabby Petito: Police spotted confiscating mysterious letters sent to neighbors of Laundrie’s parents

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Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Gabby Petito: Police spotted confiscating mysterious letters sent to neighbors of Laundrie’s parents” – below is their description.

Police were seen going door-to-door asking the neighbors of Brian Laundrie’s parents if they had received a mysterious letter with $20 in it. One neighbor tells DailyMail.com that an anonymous letter was sent to her with $20 enclosed asking her to use it to ‘feed the media’ and ‘thank them’. The neighbor said every house on the street got the envelopes – not just the Laundries’ immediate neighbors. Meanwhile, Brian Laundrie’s father refused to answer questions as he mowed his lawn around a makeshift memorial for his fugitive son’s late fiancée Wednesday. Just yesterday a coroner released that the cause of 22-year-old Gabby Petito’s death was manual strangulation.

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In This Story: Gabby Petito

Gabrielle Petito was a 22-year-old American woman from Suffolk County, New York, who was reported missing on September 11, 2021, while traveling across the United States with her fiancé. Her family lost contact with her in late August when she was in or near Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Her remains were found on September 19 2021 in Teton County, Wyoming. Officials suspect she was murdered.

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