Family of missing Wheat Ridge woman continue search
Several members of the family of LeAnn “Annie” Meyer will be returning to Wheat Ridge over the next few days to continue searching for the 52 year old, who has been missing since Feb. 7th when she was last seen in person leaving work.
Since her disappearance, members of the family from Minnesota, California, and Florida have maintained an almost constant presence in the area and that effort will continue. They spend their time hanging posters, searching areas where Annie would frequent, talking to Annie’s friends, neighbors, co-workers, and the Wheat Ridge Police department.
The family holds frequent teleconference calls with each other to keep up-to-date on current information, and brain storm new things to explore or questions to ask.
Their goal is to “bring Annie home” and their commitment to achieving that is obvious.
Crime Stoppers, US Bank and the family have established a $20,000 reward. It is the family’s hope that anyone with information will contact Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7876 or the Wheat Ridge Police Department at 303-235-2947.
US Bank has established the “LeAnn Meyer Benefit Donation Account.” Individuals interested in contributing may do so at any local US Bank branch nationwide. They can also send a donation directly to: US Bank, 6011 W. 44th Ave. Wheat Ridge, CO. 80033. Checks should be written directly to the “LeAnn Meyer Benefit Donation Account”.
The family sincerely appreciates the warm reception that they have received from the Wheat Ridge area, local businesses and Annie’s friends. They are determined not to give up until they can bring Annie home.