FBI reveals what happened to Brian Laundrie’s notebook


Moab police

Moab police

The FBI said Brian Laundrie scribbled a message in a notebook admitting that he had killed his girlfriend Gabby Petito. In the statement On Friday, they announced that their investigation into the couple’s death is now over.

Notebook is Found in the woods of Florida in October with the remains of a laundromatA few weeks after police said he killed Petite while they were traveling the country in a van.

“The main focus of the FBI under investigation was to bring justice to Gabby and her family,” said FBI Denver Special Agent Michael Schneider. “Since the survey has been featured in the media around the world, the role of citizens in supporting us in this effort has been invaluable.”

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Petite’s parents reported that she went missing on September 12, after Laundry returned to Florida alone and refused to tell anyone where Petite was. FBI said Text message After she was killed, it was sent between Laundrie and Petito’s phone, indicating that Laundrie had blocked her death and tried to act as if she were alive. He also continued to use Petite’s debit cards.

Laundry disappeared while allegedly hiking near his parents’ Northport home when the incident became a hot topic around the world and police searched the country for signs of Petite. ..

Petite’s body was found on September 19 at a campsite in Wyoming, near the couple’s last concurrent site. The coroner determined that she had died. “Dull head and neck trauma due to manual strangulation.” Laundry’s Manhunt lasted for weeks, and his parents took part in an exploration of the My Oak Kahatch Creek Environmental Park, a park he often visits.

The remains of the laundromat, along with notebooks, backpacks and revolvers, were finally found on October 20, after parents decided to search the park again with law enforcement agencies. According to the FBI, the area was flooded during a previous investigation.Coroner Laundrie in November Suicide died from suicide by ammunition scratch.

“On behalf of the FBI, I am deeply grateful to the general public for the thousands of tips provided during the investigation, and to local, state, and federal law enforcement partners for their work throughout the investigation.” Said Schneider. In the statement.

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