Petito death ruled a homicide as search continues for fiancé

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Autopsy results have confirmed that the remains found in the Bridger-Teton National Forest are those of Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old woman who disappeared while on a trip exploring national parks with her fiancé, Brian Laundrie. Authorities in Florida are searching for Laundrie, who has not been seen in a week. #CNN #News

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    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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