Police Question Men in Missing Hallandale Woman Case

Two men are persons of interest in Lynda Meier disappearance

Police have located two persons of interest in the June disappearance of a Hallandale Beach woman but are still looking for clues to determine her whereabouts.

Lynda Meier, 40, was last seen leaving her condo building in the early hours of June 4 and hasn't been seen since.

Two men were captured on video using Meier's ATM card at two different Miami banks that same day, and police later named those men as persons of interest.

On Wednesday, Hallandale Police identified the men they believe used Meier's ATM card as Antwan Kennedy and Dallas King. King is in custody on a charge unrelated to Meier's disappearance, and police say Kennedy has been questioned.

Police say Kennedy was charged with murder in 2007 but was never convicted.

Neither men have been charged with a crime related to Meier's disappearance.

Two women who used Meier's credit card at a local Walmart two days after her disappearance were also questioned, but police said they didn't believe they had anything to do with Meier's disappearance.

Meier's car, a red Cadillac Escalade, was found a week after her disappearance, abandoned in a parking lot in Opa-Locka.

Also on Wednesday, police announced they were temporarily increasing the reward for information in the Meier case to $75,000. The increase will last for the next 24 days, then will go down toa previous amount of $51,000.

Anyone with information that might help police find Lynda Meier is asked to call Broward County Crimestoppers at 954-493-TIPS.

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