Gabby Petito’s father Joe Petito urged the nation to care for discovering his 22-year-old daughter earlier than shifting the first purpose to her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, who was named an individual of curiosity in her disappearance. 

Petito talked about on “Fox & Friends First” Thursday the state of affairs is “heart-wrenching,” and his most important focus should be discovering his daughter.

“I have to be out there to help her, because the one person who is supposed to be leading the charge is sitting at home in his lazy boy not talking to anybody,” Petito advised host Jillian Mele.

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Gabby’s household has grown impatient with Laundrie since he arrived dwelling in early September with out Gabby. He has refused to cooperate with police and has employed a lawyer. 

“I don’t care what happens to him right now,” talked about Petito. “That can’t be my primary focus if he’s going to sit in the comfort of his home and get home-cooked meals while my daughter’s out, God knows where.”

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“I don’t give two craps about him. I want to make sure that we get my daughter home first and then we’ll start worrying about Brian,” he talked about.

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Gabby Petito was reported missing on September 11 shortly after she ceased widespread communication collectively collectively along with her family and mates. The couple have been touring the nation to go to nationwide parks in a white Ford Transit van, which Laundrie drove dwelling to Florida.

“She’s amazing. She’s the coolest chick you’ll ever meet and she needs your help,” talked about Petito. “So please, look at the photos, look at the tipline and call. Stay focused. Don’t, don’t, don’t try and focus on Brian.”

 

Petito was reportedly closing seen in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Officials are urging anybody with info relating to the case to contact 1-800-CALL-FBI.