WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. - Family and friends of a Minnesota native missing in Colorado are holding a benefit in her name Friday.
52-year-old Leann Meyer, known as Annie, has been missing from suburban Denver since February 7.
Authorities say Meyer's roommate isn't talking with them. Annie's brother, Mark Meyer, thinks someone took her. He says she didn't show up for work for several weeks, and was only communicating by text message, which wasn't like her. Mark Meyer doesn't think that was her sending those messages. He's hoping any sort of information about his sister will bring everyone some peace.
Friday's benefit is at the Redman Club in Saint Peter. The raffle and silent auction will raise money to help the search effort to find Annie.
412 S. 3rd St.
St. Peter, MN
Event begins 4:00 p.m.
There is a $20,000 reward for information that helps find Annie. Anyone with information related to Annie's disappearance are encouraged to contact CrimeStoppers at 720-913-7876 or the Wheat Ridge Police Department at 303-235-2947.
You can also contribute to the "LeAnn Meyer Benefit Donation Account" at Nicollet County Bank at 220 S. 3rd Street in St. Peter or any US Bank branch nationwide.
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