Gabby was in need of help.
Footage showing the inside of Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie’s van showed some of their belongings messily strewn throughout the back of the camper after they were stopped by police in Utah following a 911 report of a domestic incident.
The inside look into the couple’s van was captured on police body cameras outside Arches National Park near Moab back on Aug. 12 when officers encountered a sobbing Petito.
The bodycam video offered a glimpse at the couple’s bags, bedding and other belongings scattered throughout the back of the van as officers spoke to Laundrie.
The footage was vastly different from a video Petito posted on YouTube days later on Aug. 19 documenting the couple’s “van life journey.”
In that video, the van was cleared of clutter, pillows had been arranged and blankets were neatly folded. Their backpacks were nowhere to be seen.
It is unclear when Petito filmed the footage inside the van.
The police bodycam video emerged last week as the search for Petito intensified.
A police report from the incident depicted Petito as the aggressor, but it has since emerged that the person who called 911 claimed to have witnessed a man “slapping” a woman.