Nabo sier at han så Laundrie -familien laste en ny bobil samme helg, og politiet startet søk etter savnede personer i saken
Charlene og William Guthrie sa at de så vaskeriene feste en ny bobil til bilen sin og gå ut av huset sin samme helg politiet kom på jakt etter et føre i en sak om savnede personer.. Guthries var ikke klar over Fru PetitoForsvant på den tiden.
"Jeg så dem gjøre noe arbeid. Og så da de forberedte seg på turen, Jeg så dem laste bobilen,”Sa Guthrie, according to Fox News.
Mr Guthrie, who saw them preparing the camper while he was doing some yard work, said he found it odd that the three went off on a camping trip in such a small vehicle.
The Laundries’ trip was reportedly around the time when the search for the now deceased Ms Petito intensified. The police were looking for her partner Brian Laundrie, who had gone with her on a nearly two-month-long road trip.
Mr Guthrie said he did not know that the camper he saw outside the Laundrie home belonged to Petito, and assumed that it was the younger man’s.
Herr Laundrie, who is not a suspect in the death of Petito but a “person of interest”, had returned alone from the trip in the Ford camper van owned by his fiancé.
Remains believed to belong to Petito were located in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming on 19 september. An autopsy confirmed that it was Ms Petito.
The search for Mr Laundrie, i mellomtiden, has intensified in Florida’s 25,000-acre Carlton Reserve, where he is suspected to have gone after returning home for a brief period. The police officials have roped in dive teams and boats to assist in the search.
The couple had left their Florida home in early July for a road trip spanning 2,328 miles and several national parks, before the two reportedly got into fights and had to be separated by the police officials in Utah.
Ms Petito’s family went on a frantic search for their daughter after they stopped receiving texts from her and the 22-year-old did not make it back home with Mr Laundrie. Ms Petito’s mother last spoke to her on 25 august.