Protesters outside Brian Laundrie’s home chant ‘Where’s Gabby?’

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Laundrie returned to his home after the road trip without Petito.

Protesters have been gathering outside Brian Laundrie’s Florida home brandishing signs saying “speak up” amid his silence over the disappearance of his girlfriend Gabby Petito.

Laundrie returned to their home in North Port without Petito, 22, earlier this month and has refused to cooperate with police after his girlfriend was reported missing by her family.

The sign-carrying protesters gathered outside Laundrie’s home on Thursday as they chanted “Where’s Gabby?” while others circled the area on golf carts, footage obtained by Fox News shows.

In addition to the “speak up” sign, other placards read: “Truth always comes out! #Justiceforgabby” and “Would she bring you home?”

Another protest is planned outside the home on Friday evening.

“We’re standing up for somebody who’s lost that’s in our city, and we’re a big family in our city, in North Port. And we are definitely going to do whatever we can to help the family find this missing daughter,” one of the protesters told Fox News.

Laundrie returned to his home after the road trip without Petito.
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“We all have children. If it were our child, we would want everyone to gather up and help us find our child too. So we’re going to do whatever it takes.”

Petito’s family has accused Laundrie and his relatives of withholding valuable information about her whereabouts after he was named a person of interest by police in her disappearance.

Laundrie’s sister broke her family’s silence on Petito’s disappearance in an interview with Good Morning America on Friday, admitting that she hadn’t yet spoken to her brother after he returned from the road trip.

“I haven’t been able to talk to him. I wish I had information where I could give more,” Cassie said, adding she had given everything she knew to the police already.

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Jason Sternquist, 48, and Dena Sternquist, 38, ride around the Laundrie's neighborhood calling for the family to open up and speak to police with their three children.
Jason Sternquist, 48, and Dena Sternquist, 38, ride around the Laundrie’s neighborhood calling for the family to open up and speak to police with their three children.
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It is unclear what information Cassie was able to provide police.

Asked about police bodycam footage of officers speaking to a sobbing Petito and Laundrie after they got into a fight in Utah on Aug. 12, Cassie said: “It looked typical of both of them. Whenever they’d fight they’d take a break and be fine.”

“Obviously me and my family want Gabby to be found safe,” she said.

“She’s like a sister and my children love her, and all I want is for her to come home safe and found and this to be just a big misunderstanding.”

Joe Petito, Father of Gabby Petito, and Tara Petito, Gabby’s stepmother, at North Port City Hall on Thursday
Joe Petito, Father of Gabby Petito, and Tara Petito, Gabby’s stepmother, have accused the Laundrie family of withholding. information.
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Petito’s father Joe Petito lashed out at Cassie’s remarks, telling NewsNation’s Ashleigh Banfield that the Laundries have a twisted sense of love.

“If that’s that family’s version of love, to just ignore and not care that someone’s gone and people are looking for them and entire country’s looking for them, I mean, that explains how we got to where we are today. Because I mean, look at their version of what they call love,” he said.

: Jason Sternquist, 48, and Dena Sternquist, 38, ride around the Laundries neighborhood calling for the family to open up and speak to police with their three children
Local families are asking the Laundries to speak up.
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