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

August 12: Moab, Utah police respond to a domestic incident involving the couple

August 17: Laundromat reportedly flies back to Florida to ‘clean out storage space’

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

August 23: Laundromat flies back to Utah to rejoin Gabby on their trip

August 24: Petito was last seen in a Salt Lake City hotel with Laundrie

August 25: Petito last calls her mom, Nicole Schmidt, saying she was in Grand Teton National Park

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

August 27: Video of Petito’s van was taken by blogger Jenn Bethune, of Red White & Bethune, at about 6:30 PM at the Spread Creek Campground; Witnesses say they saw a ‘commotion’ with the couple at Merry Piglets Tex-mex restaurant in Jackson, Wyoming – if true, this appears to be Petito’s last known sighting

August 29: The day Wisconsin TikToker Miranda Baker claimed she and her boyfriend were approached by Laundrie in Grand Teton National Park and asked for a ride at 5:30 p.m.; Schmidt says she doesn’t like this claim and believes it may be factual

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

1st of September: Laundromat returns to his parents’ home in North Port, Florida in a van without Petito

Sept 6-7: Laundromat and his parents visit Fort De Soto campground in Florida

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

September 12th: Grand Teton National Park rangers search for Petito

the 13th of September: Laundrie’s lawyer says on Oct. 5 that his parents now ‘believe’ that this was the last day they saw him on his way out for a walk

Sept 14: Laundromat issues a statement through his lawyer about Petito’s disappearance; Laundrie’s parents claim on September 17 that Laundrie left his parents’ house for a walk and they haven’t seen him since.

Sep 15: Laundromat has been officially named a person of interest in Petito’s case

September the 17th: Laundrie family lawyer confirms his whereabouts are unknown

September 18th: North Port Police and FBI begin to search Sarasota County Carlton Reservation for missing Brian Laundrie

Sep 19: Bethune realizes she has a video of Petito’s van around noon and 10 minutes later submits to the FBI with the footage; Officials announce body found near Grand Teton National Park matching Petito’s description in the afternoon

September 21: Coroner confirms that remains found in Grand Tetons belong to Petito. Her death is considered murder, but her cause of death is still under investigation

Sept 20 – 22: FBI and North Port Police Continue to Search for Laundromat in Carton Reserve

Sept 22: Neighbors say they saw the Laudries packing their detached camper on the day Gabby was reported missing. Photos from show the RV was back in the driveway two days later, on September 13

Sept 23: FBI issues arrest warrant for Laundrie for “use of unauthorized access devices” for fraudulently using a Capitol One Bank debit card that did not belong to him between August 30 and September 1 to spend $1,000; An investigation is launched into police handling of the Utah police incident on Aug. 12; Laundrie’s parents visit their lawyer in Orlando

25th of September: Dog the Bounty Hunter is going to look for a laundromat

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

Sep 27: The manhunt for the laundromat in the Carlton reservation is scaled back after a 10-day search fails to find it. Dog the Bounty Hunter says Laundrie and his parents stayed at Fort De Soto Park from Sept. 1-3 and Sept. 6-8 — and that on the last visit, only the parents left

Sep 28: Laundrie’s mother is accused of using a burner phone to contact her son September 29: Documents show that Laundrie’s mother canceled a reservation for the campground at Fort De Soto Park for two from September 1 to 3 and booked for three from September 6 to 8; FBI seizes surveillance footage from the site; FBI Investigating Clue Laundrie Bought a Burner Phone on Sept. 14; Dog the Bounty Hunter searches the area near Fort De Soto and finds a recently drunk can of Monster Energy at a makeshift campground deep in the woods

September 30th: Bodycam footage of a second officer in the August 12 incident is released showing a distressed Petito admitting that Laundrie beat her; FBI Agents Collect More Evidence From Laundry House

October 1: It turns out Laundrie’s sister was in touch with him after she said she did

October 2nd: A hiker along the Appalachian Trail claims to have seen Laundrie near the Tennessee-North Carolina border

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

4 October: Laundrie’s sister told protesters outside her house that her family ignored her after they scolded her story and she doesn’t know where her brother is

Oct 5: Laundrie’s sister appeared on Good Morning America to say she’d report her brother if she knew where he is; Laundrie’s lawyer says his parents now “believe” he was on the run a day earlier than they first claimed (September 13 not 14), meaning he had a four-day head start before they reported him missing to the authorities; The attorney also says Laundrie flew from Utah to Florida on Aug. 17 without Petito to clean out a storage room, then returned on Aug. 23; A hiker reports a sighting of a person he thought was a laundromat along the Appalachian Trail near the Tennessee border

Oct 6: Petito’s parents and stepparents appear together on Dr. Phil to discuss their daughter’s death. Her family paints a vivid picture of where her body was found and encourages Laundry to turn herself in

October 7: Laundromat’s father Christopher teams up with FBI agents to search for his son in the Carlton Reserve; Detectives find ‘fresh camping’ in nature reserve


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