A group of concerned parents protested outside Brian Laundrie’s home pleading with him to reveal details about the last time he saw Gabby Petito.
The parents arrived in golf carts as they drove around Brian’s home in the city of North Point. The mob shouted “TRUTH ALWAYS COMES OUT! #Justiceforgabby," and "WOULD SHE BRING YOU HOME?"
Fox News obtained photos showing a child holding up a sign that read. “Speak Up! Bring Gabby home!” "We are definitely going to do whatever we can to help the family find this missing daughter," said one protestor.
"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."
Another protest is scheduled to start later this evening. All this comes as Gabby’s parents publicly plead with Brian and his family to help with the search.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Gabby and Brian left for a two-month cross country trip on July 2 in her 2012 Ford Transit van. Her family last heard from Gabby in late August and reported her missing on September 11.
Brian returned home to Florida on September 1 without Gabby but in her car. He has hired a lawyer and refuses to cooperate with the investigation thus far.
Earlier this week, Gabby's family wrote a letter to Brian's family pleading for them to step in. They wrote, "We believe you know the location where Brian left Gabby. We beg you to tell us. As a parent how could you let us go through this pain and not help us. As a parent how could you put Gabby's younger brothers and sisters through this."
The last time Gabby's mom heard from her was on August 30 via a text message which read, "No service in Yosemite." Her parents do not believe the text came from their daughter.
The last photo Gabby posted on Instagram was on August 25. She was seen smiling for the camera as she held on to a little pumpkin. Her followers did point out her last two posts did not have her location-tagged unlike the rest of the photos from her trip. The last photo with a location-tagged was on August 12.