Family, police search for missing Lochbuie woman

LOCHBUIE, Colo. -- The family of a missing 56-year-old woman hung flyers around the north metro area on Monday hoping someone will recognize Terri Ackerman and provide police with information.

Her daughter, Ambyr Carolus, said her mom was over at her house Thursday night. When she left and arrived after her home in Lochbuie, Ackerman called Carolus and checked in.

Her husband Dale Ackerman said she was at home when he left in the morning. When he arrived home Friday afternoon, Ackerman said his wife was gone but her keys, wallet and phone were at home.

"It’s just getting harder every minute, every hour. Not knowing where she is at, what’s happening," said Ackerman.

The Lochbuie Police Department has been working with a search team to canvas the area. Carolus said multiple bloodhounds worked up and down her mom's street but didn't find anything.

"You never think this could happen to you, you never think that. You hear about it happening to other people but when it happens to you, it hits a different place in your heart because you don’t know if you are ever going to see her again so I am trying everything I can possibly do to try and get her home," said Carolus.

Her family continues to hang flyers and spread the word, hoping someone will come forward with information about her whereabouts.

"I just want my wife back home. I miss her. My grandkids, all of us miss her," Ackerman said.

Anyone who sees Terri Ackerman or know anything about her disappearance is asked to call police at 303-659-1395.

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