The Teton County coroner Brent Blue released the final autopsy report of Gabby Petito during press conference on Tuesday afternoon.

It was reported that the cause of death was by strangulation and manner was homicide.

Autopsy findings and photographs will not be released, according to Blue.

It is estimated that the time of death was approximately 3-4 weeks before time was body was found on Sept. 19th at Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming. Few other details have been released.

Petito disappeared while on a cross-country trip with boyfriend Brian Laundrie, whose whereabouts are still unknown after leaving his parents’ Florida home roughly a month ago.

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