KUSA - More than 100 family members and friends of Leann "Annie" Meyer held a candle light vigil at her house, Saturday night.
Her family is desperate for any information.
Flyers with her photo are posted all over the neighborhood. Her family and friends just want to know what has happened and where Annie is.
Those in attendance held a moment of silence and a balloon release in her honor.
T-shirts were sold with Annie's picture on them. That money is going towards her family and towards a reward for information.
Saturday that reward fund went up another $10,000 to $30,000.
Family of Annie Meyer has come to town from all across the country to help with the search and keep Annie's picture in front of as many eyes as possible.
She went missing back in February. Her brother, Mark Meyer, thinks someone took her.
He says she didn't show up for work for several weeks, and was only communicating by text message, which wasn't like her. Annie's brother doesn't think that was her sending those messages.
He's hoping any sort of information about his sister will bring some closure.
Police have not publicly discussed any solid leads, but Annie's brother says investigators are trying to track where those text messages sent from her phone came from.
All the while, Annie's roommate has refused to cooperate with police, Annie's family says that has not changed as of late.
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