Family, friends hold vigil in Colorado for missing Minn. woman

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More than 100 people held a candlelight vigil Saturday night at Leann "Annie" Meyer's home in a Denver suburb, KUSA reports.

The 52-year-old Minnesota native has been missing for more than a month.

Annie grew up in St. Peter and has lived in Colorado for the past 15 years.

“The last time she was seen was Feb. 7,” Randy Gustafson, Annie Meyer’s brother-in-law, told the Mankato Free Press. “She works at US Bank in downtown Denver as an IT person. She wasn’t feeling well and went home and that was the last anyone saw of her.”

KUSA says a reward for information that leads investigators to Annie is now up to $30,000.

Her roommate has refused to cooperate with investigators.

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