Denver Post Story: Family worried about missing Westminster man

Westminster resident Jeremy Griess disappeared on April 11 and family members are asking for the public’s help locating him.

Griess left his Westminster home last Sunday, family members said. They believe he was driving his black, 1999, two-door Honda Accord equipped with a roof rack. Cellular “pings” from Griess’ phone put him in the Woodland Park area on Monday with an additional “ping” from an unknown tower two hours later.

“If people can really be on the look out it would really help us,” said Amy Cannella, Griess’ sister-in-law.

Westminster Police have been working with the family, said Cheri Spottke, police spokeswoman.

“We’ve exhausted all law enforcement resources,” Spottke said.

A final cellular “ping” hit the unidentified tower on Wednesday, she said, and no financial activity has been detected on Griess’ accounts since his disappearance.

Family members are searching and exhausted, Cannella said, and concerned Griess is injured.

“He’s an avid fisherman, a biker, and outdoorsman,” Cannella said. “We’re getting a little despondent and running out of time.”