[Photos by: Jawn Rocha, GoFundMe]

Waterparks took to Twitter on Wednesday to bring attention to a fan who recently had her car and camera stolen after attending one of the band's shows. A GoFundMe has been set up to help the fan. See below.

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According to the fan's friend Elizabeth, the Waterparks concertgoer named Christine, an aspiring photographer, was robbed of both her vehicle and her photography equipment following the band's show at St. Louis' Delmar Hall on Tuesday. The concert was part of Waterparks' Made In America Tour.

"This is fucked," the band writes on Twitter. "Last night, someone who came to the show's car was stolen, along with her camera equipment. This isn't the kind of shit that should happen anywhere, much less a show. If anyone wants to donate to help replace these things, there is a link down below."

Elizabeth started the GoFundMe to help Christine replace some of her stolen items, and, as she writes, the fundraiser is "just a small attempt to help her get things back in order. She just started pursuing photography, and I'd like to do anything I can to help support her in this. Any small amount helps."

Visit the GoFundMe to replace Christine's stolen gear here. You can check out the tweets from both the band and Elizabeth about Christine's predicament below, and be sure to see Waterparks' remaining tour dates on their Made In America Tour with As It Is, Chapel and Sleep On It after the posts.

Waterparks tour dates:

11/24 - Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrew's Hall

11/25 - Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe (Old National Centre)

11/26 - Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

11/27 - Montreal, QC @ Le Tulipe

11/29 - Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club

11/30 - New York, NY @ Irving Plaza

12/01 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre Of Living Arts

12/02 - Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage

12/04 - Charlotte, NC @ The Underground (Fillmore)

12/05 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade

12/07 - Houston, TX @ House Of Blues

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