- Gabby Petito’s last Instagram photo was outside “The Monarch” in Ogden, Utah.
- A memorial has popped up to honor her in front of the restaurant and collaborative space.
- On Tuesday, the FBI confirmed remains found near Grand Teton National Park were Petito’s.
A memorial has been set up for Gabby Petito outside “The Monarch,” a restaurant and art collaborative space in Ogden, Utah, where she posted her last Instagram photo.
In a Facebook post, organizer Jack McMahon said while Petito wasn’t from Utah, she was a “human being who saw the beauty of Utah/Ogden from all the way in Florida. If she can show Utah some love, we can show her some love and come together with one another in her memory.”
Petito was reported missing by her family on September 11, 10 days after her boyfriend Brian Laundrie returned to his family’s home in North Port, Florida, without her.
Her family said they last spoke with Petito in late August. Petito’s last Instagram photo was of her holding a pumpkin in front of the Monarch. It was posted on August 25 and captioned “Happy Halloween.”
On Tuesday, the FBI confirmed that remains found near Grand Teton National Park were Petito’s and said her death was a homicide.
Authorities are still searching for Laundrie, who has been missing since September 14, according to his family. He is a “person of interest” in Petito’s disappearance.