GABBY Petito's fiancé Brian Laundrie is reportedly missing as his attorney says police are now searching for both people.
Officers with the North Port Police Department entered Laundrie's Florida home on Friday night to speak with his family, but Laundrie was nowhere to be found.
His attorney said: "Be advised, the whereabouts of Brian Laundrie are currently unknown.
"The FBI is currently at the Laundrie residence removing property to assist in locating Brian. As of now, the FBI is looking for both Gabby and Brian."
Officers were seen going inside the North Port home near Fort Myers as several protesters gathered outside to demand answers from the family as the search for Gabby Petito continues.
Petito, 22, has been missing for two weeks after going on a cross-country road trip with her fiancé.
Gabby and her boyfriend had planned a road trip through Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming that would finish in Yellowstone.
The New Yorker was last seen on August 24 after leaving a hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah, with Laundrie. Her family held a joint press conference with Florida police focusing on her disappearance on Thursday.
While Gabby never returned home, her fiancé did and has since made headlines after he reportedly hired an attorney and refused to work with the police.
Read our Gabby Petito live blog for the latest news and updates...
GABBY'S FATHER SAYS 'POSITIVITY IS HARD'
"I'm trying to focus on the scenario I have in my head, that she's stuck somewhere and she just needs help," Joe Petito told ABC7.
We've got to just go get her and bring her home. I know how these things sometimes end, and you know, I just try not to think of that."
WHERE WAS GABBY LAST SEEN?
Gabby's last confirmed location is near Jenny Lake in the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
Multiple witnesses have said they spotted her traveling van there.
Her mom and stepdad have traveled to the state to search the area.
SOCIAL MEDIA USERS SLAM POLICE AFTER BRIAN GOES MISSING
POLICE ENTERED LAUNDRIE HOME 'AT THEIR REQUEST'
After spending a few hours inside the Laundrie home, police said: "The conversation at the Laundrie home is complete. Once we have the details, a statement will be made. We ask for calm! Please let us work through this and information will be forthcoming."
Minutes later Brian's lawyer confirmed he had gone missing.
POLICE SAY THEY HAVE RECEIVED OVER A THOUSAND TIPS
“It can be everything from ‘this van was in this location, at this gas station, at this time.’ And once that is solidified, I think that’s just one more piece in our timeline,” said North Port Public Information Officer Josh Taylor
“So certainly there’s been progress made throughout the last 24 hours and – I don’t know if we’re to the point where we’ve got it solved by any means but the goal right now is to bring Gabby home and that’s what we’re going to continue to promote.”
BRIAN HAS NOT BEEN SEEN BY FAMILY SINCE TUESDAY
North Port public information officer Josh taylor said on Friday that Brian's “family has reported that they have not seen Brian as of Tuesday.”
It appears the Laundrie family only informed police that Brian had gone missing on Friday night, when officers were seen entering the home at their request.
PROTESTERS AT LAUNDRIE HOME ASKED TO RESPECT NEIGHBORS
Police asked protesters outside the home of Brian Laundrie's parents to simmer down on Friday night.
BRIAN GOES MISSING
Police have launched a search for Gabby Petito's fiance Brian Laundrie after officers were spotted at his parent's Florida home on Friday night.
His attorney said: "Be advised, the whereabouts of Brian Laundrie are currently unknown.
"The FBI is currently at the Laundrie residence removing property to assist in locating Brian.
"As of now, the FBI is looking for both Gabby and Brian."
AUTHORITIES ASK GABBY'S FAMILY TO STOP TALKING ABOUT BRIAN
The Petito family has reportedly been asked to stop speaking publicly about Gabby's relationship with Brian Laundrie.
"Gabby's family was instructed by law enforcement to not discuss the details of Gabby and Brian's relationship," the Petito's lawyer said in a statement, according to CBS News.
It's not clear when investigators made this request.
POLICE TAKE EVIDENCE BAG INSIDE LAUNDRIE HOME
Police were seen going into the Laundrie family home in North Port, Florida, on Friday night.
One officer reportedly carried an evidence bag inside.
Shortly after, the officers came out and went into a car in the driveway- mustang convertible, as reported by local journalist Brian Entin.
POLICE GO INTO LAUNDRIE HOME AS PROTESTERS GATHER OUTSIDE
POLICE CALLED TO LAUNDRIE FAMILY HOME
A neighbor of the Laundrie family allegedly called police on Thursday after someone was spotted shining a bright light into the family's home.
Local journalist Brian Entin reported: "I saw the guy shining the light two nights in a row. He showed up in an older Chevy SUV and had a high powered flashlight plugged in inside his truck and shined in all the windows.
"Definitely did not appear to be a reporter. He was gone when the police got there."
POLICE SAY NO CONNECTION BETWEEN DISAPPEARANCE AND DOUBLE-HOMICIDE
The Grand County Sheriff in Utah has said they have found no connection between the disappearance of Gabby Petito and a double-murder that happened in August.
In a statement on Friday authorities said the case "is not related" to the murders of Crystal Turner and Kylen Schulte, who were found shot dead in in Grand County.
Police had previously said they had not ruled out a connection.
PRAYER VIGIL HAPPENING TONIGHT
PROTEST PLANNED OUTSIDE LAUNDRIE FAMILY HOME
Neighbors of the parents of Brian Laundrie are reportedly planning to protest outside the family's Florida home on Friday night.
"The mood among people in the neighborhood seemed to be changing last night with more telling us they are frustrated Brian is not talking," said local journalist Brian Entin.
Gabby's boyfriend Brian has still not spoken to police about her disappearance.
WHERE DID GABBY POST ABOUT THEIR TRIP?
In addition to her profile on The Dyrt app, Petito was also actively documenting the couple's trip on Instagram, posting dozens of pictures from Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park and Arches National Park.
Her last post on August 26 was a series of images of her smiling in front of a colorful mural.
The couple had also started a YouTube channel to share their road trip.
One eight-minute video – titled “Beginning Our Van Life Journey” – was posted to the channel three weeks ago.
LAUNDRIE NOT COOPERATING WITH POLICE
Brian Laundrie reportedly returned back home to Florida on September 1, without Petito.
He released a statement through his lawyer on Tuesday, saying the Laundrie family would remain “in the background” as the investigation unfolds.
“This is an extremely difficult time for both the Petito family and the Laundrie family,” the statement said.
“I understand that a search has been organized for Miss Petito in or near Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. On behalf of the Laundrie family it is our hope that the search for Miss Petito is successful and that Miss Petito is re-united with her family.
“On the advice of counsel the Laundrie family is remaining in the background at this juncture and will have no further comment.”
WHAT ELSE DID GABBY DISCLOSE ON THE APP?
On her account on The Dyrt app, Petito also posted several photos and personal experiences.
The last review from the account was posted on July 29 about a spot near Arches National Park in Utah.
"Highly recommend taking a walk to watch the stars very late at night," the review says.
"There is a spot past the trees ... where the sky completely opens up, really nice spot in the shade to put tent!"
GABBY WAS TRACKING TRIP ON APP
Gabby Petito has apparently been planning out she and fiancé Brian Laundrie's trip using an app called The Dyrt.
Her public account provides some additional clues about the likely route that the couple was planning on taking before Petito vanished.
Throughout their trip, which began in New York on July 4, Petito posted several reviews of campsites across the country and also had lists of places she intended to visit.
She reviewed one site near Bryce Canyon National Park on July 22, noting a "bumpy gravel road," but "good service" where she could work from her computer.
'PERFECT LITTLE CAMPER'
“We drove through the Tetons and the only stop we made was at Jenny Lake,” Shannon Baker told KSLTV of the August 25 sighting.
“I’m sure of it,” she added.
“It had the black ladder on the back and the two black rooftops on top, the two bars, and we made the comment that would be the perfect little camper van to go around in.”
Baker said she didn't think about the van again until she saw it being shared on social media.
“I said, ‘Oh my god! That’s the same van we saw,’” she claimed.
TIPSTER CONFIRMS LAST SIGHTING
A new tipster claims to have seen Gabby Petito's white van Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming on August 25.
It may be the key to tracking down her final movements before her disappearance.
“All those little pieces can be little pieces of the puzzle to help us figure out where Gabby is,” said Sgt. Clayton Platt with the Teton County Sheriff’s Office.
BODY CAM 'DOESN'T HELP WITH SEARCH'
Gabby's family reveals that the body cam footage does not help with the search because of the date it was from.