WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. - A Colorado woman who once called Minnesota home has been missing for two weeks.
Friends and family say they haven't heard from 51-year-old Leann Meyer since February 23.
Leann's brother Mark Meyer is flying into Denver Sunday to meet with detectives and monitor the situation. He tells KARE 11 that his sisters are on the road from Minnesota to do the same thing, although their arrival was delayed by a winter storm.
"It is a long time, and certainly all the information we have from her co-workers, her friends and her family is very reliable. It would be certainly out of character for her to just leave. That concerns that the fact she has two vehicles and both of them are gone, that concerns us," said Dave Pickett, Investigations Bureau Commander.
Police in Wheat Ridge, Colorado searched Meyer's home for the third time on Thursday. They say they have a few leads right now, but it's still puzzling what happened.
"We don't have any specific information that any foul play has occurred," Pickett said. "We don't have anything that indicates a crime scene. We don't have anyone telling us she had any enemies, any problems or was afraid or for that matter, was depressed or had a history of hurting herself. We don't really have a good direction to go."
Police say Meyer's truck and a RAV4 are missing as well. Her 2009 Silver Toyota Rav4 bearing Colorado license plate: 975YUH and 1995 Silver Toyota pick-up bearing Colorado license plate: 688DJH.
Investigators say Meyer is 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighs 130 pounds, has blue eyes and brown and gray hair.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Wheat Ridge Police Department at 303-235-2947. Up to a $10,000 reward is being offered in the case.
Meyer grew up in the Mankato area and has nine brothers and sisters. Much of her family remains in the vicinity of St. Peter and Mankato.
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