Missing Wheat Ridge Woman’s Family Still Waiting For Answers
WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) – It’s been more than two months since anyone has seen Leann “Annie” Meyer. The Wheat Ridge woman seemingly disappeared without a trace and the family is hoping to have answers soon.
Flyers have saturated the city stretching all the way to the mountains and there’s still no sign of Annie Meyer.
CBS4 spoke to her family on Sunday about some possible new leads in her disappearance.
“We are getting a lot of information from the police department,” Annie Meyer’s brother Mark Meyer said. “They are getting closer to some kind of solution.”
They are small steps in the right direction.
“They have told me they have compiled a lot of the data from the computers and things like that,” Mark Meyer said. “We asked them for spots that we should maybe go look at this weekend.”
Mark Meyer says phone calls and text messages sent from Annie Meyer’s phone after she was last seen on Feb. 7 are being tracked by investigators,
“I’m actually just waiting for information to come off those cells to find out where those were from and maybe that information will help us out.”
Wheat Ridge police have not released any new information about the case or the forensic evidence recovered from Annie Meyer’s truck and SUV that were found just miles from her home.
Annie Meyer’s roommate, Melissa Miller, has refused to cooperate with police, but the Meyer family is still holding out hope of getting some answers.
“I just can’t give up now, and our family are not quitters, we’re not going to quit.”
Meyer is described as 5-foot-7, 130 pounds with blue eyes and brown/grey hair.
Crime Stoppers and U.S. Bank are together offering a $20,000 reward for information that would lead to Annie Meyer.