UPDATE: Police said Tuesday afternoon that Bethany Luttrell has been found safe.
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GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.,- Greenwood Village police have joined family members and loved ones of Bethany Luttrell, 25, in searching for the missing woman.
Police say Luttrell, who’s from Texas, was reported missing on April 2, 2017 and was last seen by an employee at the Sheridan Hotel in Greenwood Village.
“The young lady at the desk reported seeing her walk into the elevator and that's the last anybody saw of her,” said James Bellah, Bethany’s brother.
Bellah said Luttrell’s boyfriend reported her missing while the two were staying at the hotel.
Greenwood Village Police said there is no evidence to prove a crime has been committed right now and therefore there are no suspects or persons of interest in her disappearance.
“She’s never been gone more than a day or two without contacting family, 48 hours at most. If she's ever in a situation where she's feeling like she was in danger she reaches out to us immediately,” Bellah said.
Luttrell’s family said they’ve scoured the city looking for her.
“I'm going to remain firm in my belief that we're going to find her and she's going to be okay. I don't have facts to support that yet, but we all want to keep our faith and we all want to know that we're going to bring her home safe,” Bellah said.
Luttrell’s family has a message for her if she’s watching the news.
“I need you to know that you're not in trouble, she hasn't done anything wrong, we just need to know she's safe and she's okay. There's a bunch of people out there trying to help her, a bunch of people looking for her and our main goal is to find our sister and bring her home safe,” he said.
If you know where she is or have any information that can be useful to investigators, you’re asked to call right away.