Here's what we know: Human remains found in Brewster Co.

COMPLETE COVERAGE - Human remains found in Brewster County
Image of the scene (Source: Alpine Police Department)
Image of the scene (Source: Alpine Police Department)
Image of the scene (Source: Alpine Police Department)
Image of the scene (Source: Alpine Police Department)

ALPINE, TX (KWES) - Details are still coming in after human bones were found in Brewster County.

Here's what we currently know:

  • Alpine police says evidence is consistent with Zuzu Verk case.
  • No official confirmation if the remains are of Zuzu Verk.
  • Robert Fabian was arrested in connection to Zuzu Verk's dissappearence.
  • Texas Rangers have arrived on the scene and currently processing evidence.
  • Remains are being sent to the University of North Texas in Denton for identification on Monday.
  • The remains were found in a shallow grave near Sunny Glen Canyon, just northwest of the City of Alpine at 10 a.m.
  • Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson will not speculate on the identity of the remains.
  • Zuzu Verk's mother was notified of the discovery
  • Zuzu Verk remains the only missing person's case in the area.
  • The family is in Alpine right now.
  • The body was scattered around in the area.
  • Animals had gotten to the body at the time of the discovery.
  • The area had been searched before when the scenery was greener.
  • Crucial evidence was found at the scene.
  • DPS, Homeland Security, Border Patrol, and police department joined the search.

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