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DENVER -- Sources said the Denver Police Department is investigating the disappearance of a Littleton woman and are hoping to recover pictures suspiciously wiped from surveillance video.

Charlene Voight, 36, was last seen June 29.  The Littleton Police Department said evidence found at her apartment and a lot where her car was abandoned led them to suspect she is the victim of a crime.

No suspects have been named. Her boyfriend, Jeff Beier, is charged in an unrelated sexual assault case police said they discovered while investigating Voight’s disappearance.

Beier is a business associate with a local porta-potty and disposal company.

Numerous surveillance cameras surround the company.  But sources said the video was wiped from the security system under what some consider suspicious circumstances. Sources said police hope to be able to recover the video.

Beier remained in jail Wednesday on the sex assault charge and was being held on $100,000 bond.  His preliminary hearing has been set for Sept. 9.