A Wyoming judge will give official information about Gabbi Petito’s autopsy at a press briefing on Tuesday, officials said.
Tenton County Coroner Brent Blue called a press conference at 2:30 p.m. Eastern time to discuss the autopsy decision, which includes the cause of death for Petito.
Petito’s death was found to be a homicide, but officials have released several details about how he died or how his body was found.
The autopsy decision may also contain details such as when Petito died.
The 22-year-old from Long Island disappeared in late August while on a bad trip with her boyfriend Brian Laundry, now one of the most prominent refugees in the United States.
Petito’s parents reported him missing on Sept. 11, in Suffolk County, Long Island, more than a week after Laundry returned to his parents’ home in Florida – without Petito. His remains were found Sept. 19 at a camp in Wyoming.
Laundry, 23, has not been charged in connection with his death, but remains the sole investigator in the case. The young man, who has been lying dormant for the past month, is wanted for illegally using Petito’s credit card the last time he was seen alive.
Shortly after Petito was reported missing, he left his parents’ home in dirty mysterious circumstances.
A large search for laundry has been going on for several weeks.
Media members are required to register and attend the briefing almost via Zoom. Blue will answer questions after his comments, according to a statement from his office.