Wheat Ridge News in a Hurry

Police remind residents to keep car doors locked after increase in break-ins

Wheat Ridge Police Department has seen an increase in cars being broken into as the weather warms up. Ten cars were trespassed in one night last week. The vehicle doors were not locked. Police are reminding residents to keep their doors locked and not to leave anything of value, even spare change, in visible sight in their vehicles.

If residents suspicious activity, they can call 911 if there is an immediate threat or the Wheat Ridge Police Department’s non-emergency number, 303-237-2220, if there is no imminent threat.

Family of LeAnn Meyer
continues search for missing Wheat Ridge resident

Family members of missing Wheat Ridge woman LeAnn ”Annie” Meyer continue to keep a presence in the city searching for the woman. Wheat Ridge Police recently released an update from the family.

”The family has maintained an almost constant presence in Colorado as they continue in reaching their goal of simply ‘Bringing Annie Home,’” the statement read. “Plans are underway for family members to return to Wheat Ridge in the near future.”

Family members hosted a raffle and silent auction May 3 at the Redman Club for Meyer’s benefit. The family, CrimeStoppers and Meyer’s employer, US Bank, has established a reward fund of $20,000 for any information that leads to the location of Meyer.

Anyone with information related to Meyer’s disappearance or whereabouts can call CrimeStoppers at 720-913-7876 or the Wheat Ridge Police at 303-235-2947.

Residents can also contribute to the LeAnn Meyer Benefit Donation Account at any US Bank branch nationwide. Proceeds will be used in the family’s ongoing search to find Meyer.


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