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Reward increased to $200,000 for information on missing Sul Ross State University student

Robert Fabian (left) with Zuzu Verk (right) (Source: Facebook) Robert Fabian (left) with Zuzu Verk (right) (Source: Facebook)
Zuzu Verk (Source: Alpine Police Department) Zuzu Verk (Source: Alpine Police Department)
Zuzu Verk (Source: Alpine Police Department) Zuzu Verk (Source: Alpine Police Department)
Zuzu Verk (Source: Alpine Police Department) Zuzu Verk (Source: Alpine Police Department)
ALPINE, TX (KWES) -

The Alpine Police Department has announced that the reward for information on missing Sul Ross State University student Zuzu Verk has been increased.

The reward has been increased to $200,000.

Verk was last heard from back on Wednesday, Oct. 12 in the early morning hours.

Her boyfriend, Robert Fabian, was named a suspect in her disappearance.

Multiple agencies have covered over 500 square miles in the search to find Verk.

Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson tells us that the additional $100,000 boost in the reward was put up by H.E.B. Chairman and C.E.O. Charles Butt. 

If you have any information, contact the Alpine Police Department at (432) 837-3486.

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