On September 11 Gabby Petito’s family reported that their daughter was missing. Several new developments have been made in the case.
On September 19, human remains resembling Gabby Petito were found at Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton National Forest at an undeveloped camping site on the eastern edge of Grand Teton National Park, according to NBC New York. On September 21, a coroner in Wyoming confirmed that the body found was Petito and ruled her death a homicide. On October 12, the results of the autopsy showed Petito had died by strangulation. Her body had been outside for three to four weeks before it was found, according to The New York Times.