Brian LaundryChris Laundrie’s father on Wednesday afternoon stepped out for the first time since Tuesday morning as protesters and media continue to wait outside their north port, Florida, home for the answers.
Chris Laundrie opened his front door on Wednesday afternoon to pick up a box of Dunkin Donuts, other boxes and flowers that had been delivered to his home earlier today.
Delivery services including FedEx, Amazon, local florists and food delivery apps like GrubHub continue to leave things at the doors of laundries as they wait inside for hours.
FBI and law enforcement are looking for Brian Laundrie, 23, who is the subject of a federal arrest warrant and a person of interest in the disappearance and homicide of his 22-year-old fiancÃ©e, Gabby Petito.
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Laundrie’s parents reported his disappearance on September 17, but said they had not seen him since September 14.
Petito and Laundrie were on a months-long trip across the country in a Ford Transit van before Laundrie returned home in the van without Petito on September 1. Petito’s family reported his disappearance 10 days later on September 11.
The FBI discovered Petito’s remains in the Bridger-Teton National Forest on September 19, and the Teton County coroner later said she died of a homicide, but her final autopsy report has not yet been released.
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Growing flower collections can be found outside the front door of the laundries and near a makeshift memorial in front of their lawns.
“For the silence of the Laundries – the Laundries didn’t help us find Gabby. They certainly won’t help find Brian,” Petito family attorney Richard Stafford said Tuesday. “For Brian, we ask that you go to the nearest FBI or law enforcement agency.”