Erin Vandewiele missing from Denver

Erin Vandewiele
Erin Vandewiele, 40, of Menomonie, Wisconsin has been missing since July 23, 2018.  She moved to Colorado in July 2018 with her boyfriend and she has not contacted her family since July 23.  What is alarming is the last text message that Erin sent her friend where she stated, “He’s going to kill me if I don’t get away from him today.” Erin’s sister told Denver ABC7 that there were more messages similar to that from Erin.

Erin’s  boyfriend, Joseph Scott Mayer, 41, has since been arrested on outstanding warrants and extradited back to Wisconsin.

Her social security card and drivers license were found on a Denver bus. The rest of her belongings were in a Denver hotel room.

Description

Erin is 40-years-old, 5′ 5″ and 115 Ibs. She has brown hair and eyes, and she has a forearm tattoo that says ‘I do what I want.’

Anyone with information of Erin Vandewiele should call Denver investigators at 720-913-7867.

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