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How you can support the Verk family

Zuzu Verk (Source: Alpine Police Department) Zuzu Verk (Source: Alpine Police Department)
ALPINE, TX (KWES) -

People from all over are making efforts to help Zuzu's family through this difficult time.

GoFundMe pages have been created to assist the missing girl's family.

One page named Find Zuzu Verk so far raised over$2,000 and another named The Verk Family Fund has raised almost $6,500.

if you would like to help this family during this time, you can do so by going to http://www.gofundme.com/findzuzuverk or https://www.gofundme.com/the-verk-family-fund-2vbvhp6k.

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