Parents of Gabby Petito’s boyfriend return to Florida home after rebuffing cops

The parents of a Florida man sought for questioning in the mysterious disappearance of his Long Island girlfriend were caught returning home Tuesday — after shooing cops away.

Gabby Petito, 22, vanished late last month while on a cross-country road trip with her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie — who has refused to talk to cops about the disappearance.

Gabby Petito; Brian Laundrie.
Gabby Petito mysteriously vanished while taking a road trip with her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie.
Instagram

Laundrie’s parents also turned away cops in North Port when they showed up to talk to their son, while police were also seen leaving a pink envelope at Laundrie’s home.

“We talked to the parents, who did not make him available,” North Port Police spokesman Josh Taylor told The Post.

Police have attempted to talk with Brian Laundrie several times, but have been turned away by his parents.
Police have attempted to talk with Brian Laundrie several times, but have been turned away by his parents.
MiamiPIXX / BACKGRID
Laundrie's parents reportedly were seen returning to the house on September 14, 2021 after police delivered a pink envelope to the front door.
Laundrie’s parents reportedly were seen returning to the house on September 14, 2021 after police delivered a pink envelope to the front door.
MiamiPIXX / BACKGRID

On Tuesday, his mom and dad were seen returning to the Wabasso Avenue house — still mum about the case.

North Port cops are working with Suffolk County police on the missing person case and have about a dozen detectives working for “anything that might give us clues,” the Sun North Port newspaper reported.

“Anywhere USA is what we’re working on,” Taylor told the outlet.

Police arrive at the North Port home of Brian Laundrie and leave an envelope at his door.
Police arrive at the North Port home of Brian Laundrie and leave an envelope at his door.
MiamiPIXX / BACKGRID