WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. - The family of a woman who disappeared more than two months ago says they are not giving up on finding her.
LeAnn "Annie" Meyer, now 52, was last seen Feb. 7 when she left work early, saying she was sick. She was reported missing on March 3.
Meyer's family sent a letter to 7NEWS saying several members of the family will be returning to Wheat Ridge over the next few days to continue the search for Annie.
They said family members from California, Florida and Minnesota have maintained an almost constant presence in the area hanging up posters, searching areas Annie frequented and talking to Annie's friends, neighbors, co-workers and police. The family said they are also holding frequent teleconference calls with each other to brain storm new things to explore or questions to ask.
Meyer's mother believes Annie was taken by force.
"Annie didn't pack and go away. Her luggage was all there," said Annie's mother, Pat Meyer, after going inside Annie's home.
Meyer's Rav4 and Toyota pickup truck also disappeared. Both vehicles were found on March 13.
Police have searched Meyer's home several times.
Officers want to interview Annie's roommate, Melissa Miller, but she has refused to meet with investigators. Miller has retained an attorney.
Crime Stoppers, US Bank and the family have established a $20,000 reward. Anyone with information about Meyer's disappearance is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7876 or the Wheat Ridge Police Department at 303-235-2947.
The family said they are determined not to give up until they can bring Annie home.
"They are not quitters," the family said in their news release.
Learn more on the family's website: http://www.findanniemeyer.com/