DENVER -- More than 100 people turned out in Wheat Ridge, Colorado Saturday night for a candle light vigil for Leann Meyer, a Minnesota native who's been missing for more than a month.
Participants also 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 the reward for information that helps solve the case.
Family members have gone to Colorado from all across the country to help with the search and keep Annie's picture in front of as many people as possible.
Meyer 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. Mark Meyer doesn't think that was her sending those messages. He's hoping any sort of information about his sister will bring everyone some peace.
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