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Benefit for Missing Colorado/Native St. Peter Woman

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ST. PETER, MINN. -

Authorities continue the search for a missing St. Peter native in Colorado.
 
Tonight, family and friends gather to raise money for a search of their own.
 
Annie Meyer last spoke to her mother in February. The 51-year-old St. Peter native was living in the Denver suburb of Wheat Ridge.

After several weeks with no word from police, the family made trips out there themselves, to try to track down their beloved daughter and sister.

And the situation hasn't changed since.
 
Annie's mother, Pat, says, "We've heard nothing. I talked to detectives on Thursday and they had no news for us. So I'm going out again next week with my son and son-in-law, and another son out there from California. We're going to do some searching. The not knowing is the worst. Not knowing what happened to her or where she is."

To help offset the costs of the trips to Colorado, The Redman Club in St. Peter hosted the family for a fundraiser, complete with serving food and a massive silent auction.

The event was doubly effective in bringing together everyone from second cousins to college friends to remember Annie, and hope for her safe return.
 
Teresa Sabin says, "Annie's an amazing women. She's got a huge heart. Fun. Good sense of humor. And we just miss her."

Pat says, "Oh, Annie, you should be here."