ST. LOUIS ( – Surveillance video has been released that shows one of the last times St. Louis native Ally Kostial was seen alive before her murder.

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The video appears to show the 21-year-old walking out of an Oxford, Mississippi bar wearing what appears to be a white shirt and blue shorts. She is then seen walking down the street and out of sight.

Ally Kostial Surveillance still

Surveillance video still of Ally Kostial walking down the street hours before she was found murdered.

Kostial, who was a graduate of Lindbergh High School and currently enrolled at Ole Miss, was found shot dead near a lake in northern Mississippi Saturday morning.

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Another Ole Miss student, Brandon Theesfeld, was arrested Monday afternoon after being tracked to a South Memphis gas station through his cellphone and credit cards. He has been charged with murder in her death. 

A vigil for Kostial is scheduled to take place at 8 p.m. Thursday at Lindbergh High School. Those attending the vigil are asked to park on the east side of the front near the library. The gathering will take place near the flag pole in front of the auditorium.

A public visitation for Kostial will take place at Concordia Kirkwood Luthern Church at 505 S. Kirkwood Road Friday from 4-8 p.m. A public funeral service will take the following morning at 10 a.m. 

A GoFundMe has been created to help the Kostial family pay for funeral expenses.

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