Police trying to find 51-year-old Leann 'Annie' Meyer of Wheat Ridge

Police: Woman's two vehicles also missing

WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. - Police say they are concerned about a 51-year-old Wheat Ridge woman who has been missing more than a week.

Wheat Ridge police say Leann "Annie" Meyer was last heard from on Feb. 23 when she spoke with a friend on the phone. Meyer last communicated via text message with her employer on Feb. 25. She has not been seen or heard from since then.

"We're concerned because we have absolutely no idea what's happened," said Wheat Ridge Police Cmdr. Dave Pickett, head of the Investigations Bureau.

"Her employer said she was very reliable and she didn't show up for work, and now we can't find her at her house. Her cellphone's not taking calls and both of her vehicles are missing," Pickett added.

Meyer's missing vehicles are a 2009 Silver Toyota Rav4 bearing Colorado license plate 975YUH and a 1995 Silver Toyota pickup bearing Colorado license plate 688DJH.

Pickett said investigators calling Meyer's cellphone get a recording saying the mail box is full.

Meanwhile, police have also been unable to locate Meyer's roommate.

"A neighbor was looking after her cat, but that was at the request of a roommate and we haven't been able to find the roommate either," Pickett said.

Meyer is 5-feet-7-inches tall and weighs 130 pounds. She has blue eyes and gray-brown hair.

Anyone with information about Meyer is asked to call the Wheat Ridge Police Department at 303-237-2220.