NEW Video of Gabby Petito & Brian Laundrie hours before she was killed | LiveNOW from FOX

New surveillance video from a Wyoming Whole Foods store shows Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie browsing the grocery shelves on Aug. 27, 2021 – the day she was last seen in public alive. The video, obtained by Fox News Digital, shows Petito’s white Ford Transit van pulling into the parking lot before Petito and Laundrie shop around the grocery store. Petito's remains were found a few weeks later, on September 19, and the coroner ruled her death to be a homicide by manual strangulation. Laundrie raised suspicion after he fled Wyoming, returning to his parents home in Florida where he refused to speak about Petito's whereabouts. Laundrie died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound and confessed to killing Petito in a notebook found next to his remains.

NEW Video of Gabby Petito & Brian Laundrie hours before she was killed | LiveNOW from FOX

New surveillance video from a Wyoming Whole Foods store shows Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie browsing the grocery shelves on Aug. 27, 2021 – the day she was last seen in public alive. The video, obtained by Fox News Digital, shows Petito’s white Ford Transit van pulling into the parking lot before Petito and Laundrie shop around the grocery store. Petito's remains were found a few weeks later, on September 19, and the coroner ruled her death to be a homicide by manual strangulation. Laundrie raised suspicion after he fled Wyoming, returning to his parents home in Florida where he refused to speak about Petito's whereabouts. Laundrie died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound and confessed to killing Petito in a notebook found next to his remains.

Gabby Petito case: Lawsuit against Laundrie parents heads to court

A lawsuit filed by Gabby Petito' parents against the parents of her suspected killer, Brian Laundrie, will head to court for the first time. The first hearing in the lawsuit is being held to determine if the case will proceed to a jury trial next year. Attorney for Laundrie's parents, Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, is expected to ask the judge to dismiss the lawsuit.

Gabby Petito Murder: Utah Police made mistakes, report says

While Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie are both deceased, the investigation continues into their cross country journey leading up to the murder of Petito. The Moab, Utah, police officers who encountered Petito and Laundrie a month before her body was found in Wyoming made several mistakes, according to an independent review released Wednesday.

Gabby Petito final autopsy report: What will be revealed?

Teton County, Wyoming, coroner Brent Blue will hold a virtual press conference regarding the final autopsy report for deceased Gabby Petito, officials said Monday. The press conference will be held at 12:30 p.m. MT and is limited to members of the press. The final autopsy report will likely include Petito's time and cause of death, which may help investigators determine who killed her.

Gabby Petito: Brian Laundrie’s parents remove laundry baskets left by protesters

Brian Laundrie’s parents emerged from their North Port, Florida, home late Sunday night to clear their front lawn of white laundry bins and a tribute poster dedicated to Gabby Petito, according to an exclusive video obtained by Fox News. The home has been the focus of intense media attention in the weeks following the disappearance of the 22-year-old woman who once lived there with the family and her fiancé, who has since vanished. Brian Laundrie is wanted on debit card fraud charges and is a person of interest in the killing.

Gabby Petito family statement: New details & analysis

Family members of Gabby Petito have banded together in the wake of an unthinkable loss at such a young age. LiveNOW From FOX's Reginia Gonzalez talks with a stress and grief life coach on how so many family members across the country deal with hard losses with family members.

Gabby Petito: Family to share new details in Brian Laundrie investigation

It's been two weeks since the last sighting of Brian Laundrie, as reported by his parents, police initially said. Today, Gabby Petito’s family is scheduled to speak out in a press conference. Brian’s parents – Chris and Roberta Laundrie – told North Port police he went to the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota County with only a backpack and disappeared. On Tuesday morning, the search for him and the investigation into his fiancée’s homicide continue.

Gabby Petito update: Investigators scale back Brian Laundrie search methods

North Port police announced Monday morning that the FBI has officially taken the lead in the search for Brian Laundrie. Search efforts at the Carlton Preserve for the only person of interest in Gabby Petito's case slowed over the weekend. North Port police said Sunday they searched on a smaller scale, and mostly by air.

Gabby Petito developments: FBI takes items for 'matching' Brian Laundrie's DNA, More UT dispatch recordings released

Agents with the FBI were at the home of Brian Laundrie's parents to request personal items they could test and match for DNA, according to the Laundrie family attorney. It's unclear what prompted the request, on the eighth day of the search for Gabby Petito's fiancé. Meanwhile, new dispatch audio from Utah, shows that dispatchers did in fact inform responding officers of allegations that Laundrie had been the aggressor in a situation where the caller reported a man striking a woman and taking off in a white Ford Transit van with Florida plates – shedding new light on a situation that initially seemed like police didn't know about the witness' claims.