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Salon hosting fundraiser in
support of Family Tree fund

Designer’s Loft Hair Design, 7110 W. 44th Ave., is hosting a fundraiser and silent auction in support of the Family Tree Battered Women’s Shelter Fund.

The silent auction is open to the public and begins at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the salon.

Police provide update from
missing woman’s family

Wheat Ridge Police recently released a statement on behalf of the family of LeAnn ”Annie” Meyer, 52, who has been missing since February.

The statement said several members of her family will be returning to Wheat Ridge to continue to search for the missing woman.

Since her disappearance, family members from Minnesota, California and Florida have maintained a nearly constant presence in the city hanging posters, searching areas they believe Meyer would frequent, talking to her friends, neighbors, co-workers and police in an attempt to find her.

The statement read ”their goal is to ‘bring Annie home’ and their commitment to achieving that is obvious.”

Crime Stoppers, US Bank and the family have established a $20,000 reward for information that leads to Meyer’s location.

US Bank has also established the ”LeAnn Meyer Benefit Donation Account” and individuals can contribute at any local US Bank branch nationwide. Checks can also be mailed to US Bank, 6011 W. 44 th Ave., Wheat Ridge, Colo. 80033 and be made out to ”LeAnn Meyer Benefit Donation Account.”

”The family sincerely appreciates the warm reception that they have received from the Wheat Ridge area, local businesses and Annie’s friends,” the statement read in conclusion.

”They are determined not to give up until they can bring Annie home. They are not quitters.”

Anyone with information regarding Meyer’s location is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7876 or the Wheat Ridge Police Department at 303-235-2947.