A candlelight vigil is ready to happen Friday night in Florida as regulation enforcement authorities proceed to look for Gabby Petito and attempt to query her fiance Brian Laundrie about her whereabouts.
“Miracles happen all the time – I think Northport needs one,” Jason Sternquist of North Port, Florida, who organized the vigil, urged Fox News.
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The vigil, scheduled for 7 P.M., will happen in entrance of City Hall in North Port.
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Investigators say Petito, 22, was remaining in contact collectively collectively along with her household in late August when the couple was visiting Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. Much of their journey was documented on social media accounts that abruptly ceased.
Laundrie returned to their Florida dwelling in Petito’s 2012 white Ford Transit van on Sept. 1 — 10 days ahead of her household reported her lacking — in response to police in the Gulf Coast metropolis of North Port. That van has since been impounded by investigators and processed for clues.
Laundrie has not cooperated with police and is now thought of an individual of curiosity in the case, North Port police mentioned. He has not been charged with any crime; the FBI and the Suffolk County Police Department in New York are serving to in the investigation.
Associated Press contributed to this report
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