Scene, where Gabby’s remains were found, showed no signs of struggle; body left in a ‘haste’

9 days ago

Teton County news, Wyoming news.

Among the revelations made by coroners, Tuesday were details about the scene where Gabby Petito’s remains were found, “in the wilderness.”

Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue determined that the 22-year-old vlogger died of “manual strangulation”, and that the murder took place three to four weeks before her body was found.

Salt Lake City Prosecutor Kurt Morgan added that he watched footage of the scene where Gabby’s body was discovered, and it was clear there were “no obvious signs of struggle.”

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    On the ground, the remains were covered, and nearby, Morgan spotted a pair of hiking shoes. The official deduced that the killer discarded Gabby’s body there “with haste.”

    “This was quick. This was not sitting here for five or six hours, trying to figure out how to conceal a crime.”