Robyn Gardner has been missing in Aruba for more than a month now. ABC News has obtained exclusive and new surveillance video of both Robyn Gardner and Gary Giordano, the only suspect in the case.
In the exclusive surveillance videos, Good Morning America has learned that just one day before Robyn Gardner vanished at the isolated beach she and her companion Gary Giordano had been to the same beach, at the same time.
The video show that the couples rented Toyota Rav 4 passing the closed restaurant, just after 3:00 p.m.
30 minutes later, you them them in a grainy image ambling along the beach behind the closed restaurant.
The next day the two are back at the restaurant, and a server notices the couple.
Two pictures are taken on a Blackberry as she leaves the restaurant.
Two hours later at 6:15 p.m., Giordano appears, alone this time, in a swim suit. He claims he lost Gardner about 15 minutes earlier when the two were snorkeling.
ABC News contributor Brad Garrett is a retired FBI profiler, he says "if I were interviewing him I would really push him on here you are sort of walking around like you don't really care. And you're not really trying to find the people on the other side of those doors."
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