A crowdfunding campaign for the owners of the destroyed and looted Primera store in Den Bosch on Monday evening has raised more than 83,000 euros so far.

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GeenStijl announced this on

Tuesday evening, which had set up the campaign.

Entrepreneur Maaike Neufeglise was a guest on the RTL talk show

Jinek on

Tuesday

.

Her shop in the center of the Brabant city was completely demolished within a few minutes during the riots on Monday evening.

In

Jinek

, Neufeglise said that she has received heart-warming responses from people who offered to help her clean up, bring food, or make phone calls and send text messages of support.

She also received a phone call from outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte.

"It was a very nice conversation," she said.

She did not want to share the details she had discussed with the Prime Minister.

The police forensic service spent hours on Tuesday afternoon securing DNA traces of the robbers.

Neufeglise appealed on behalf of all entrepreneurs in the Netherlands to the rioters to stop: "This will lead to nothing, this message will not get across. You only cause damage."

The Neufeglise store was destroyed by rioters on Monday evening.

The Neufeglise store was destroyed by rioters on Monday evening.

Photo: ANP

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