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Search continues for missing Sul Ross University student Zuzu Verk

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

The search is continuing for missing Sul Ross University student Zuzu Verk.

In an update from Alpine Police on social media, personnel are continuing the search throughout Brewster County with a lot of concentration in Redford in Presidio County.

Drone assistance is also being provided by the Pecos Police Department.

To date, authorities said it is estimated that search crews have covered 435 miles by air and a combination of individual personnel have covered over 1,700 miles.

Verk was last heard from during the early morning hours on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Verk is described as 5 feet tall, 110 pounds with blonde hair and hazel eyes. Her natural hair color is brown but has recently been colored blonde. 

Investigators are continuing to follow up on leads and the investigation continues.

The reward for information on Verk's whereabouts remains at $100,000.

If you have any information, contact authorities at (432) 837-3486.

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