Missing Woman's Husband Pleads for Help

Police are asking for the public's help in the search for Leanne Bearden in Texas.
3:00 | 01/27/14

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We begin with the mysterious disappearance of a woman in Texas. Leanne Bearden disappeared while out on a walk. Reena ninan joins us. Reporter: Right now, police say they have no reason to suspect foul play. Her husband ruled out as a potential suspect. They're asking for the public's health. They had just fulfilled a dream traveling the world together for two years. Now, her husband living a nightmare. It's been nine nights. It feels like a thousand years. It's like you fell off a cliff. Because my best friend is gone. Reporter: About a month after returning from their trip around the world, she went missing. Last seen Friday January 17th after going for a walk near her in-laws home in Texas. Landscapers saw her leave and head north. From there, we have zero clues. Reporter: Law enforcement agencies have scoured the area. No sign of the missing marketing graj waut. We've exhausted the area surrounding our city. Reporter: So far, police have rule out foul play. Josh says his 33-year-old wife left the house with only her wallet. He's handed over his laptop to police an he says he's constantly checking his wife's credit card for any activity. Nothing has changed. We're kind of at a loss. We don't know what to do for now. Reporter: Perhaps for heart breaking, they were preparing for their next stop, Denver. And the next adventure. The next phase of life was to start a family. Reporter: He has one desperate plea for the woman he loves more than anything else in the world. If somebody has you, then -- just hang in there. We'll find you. But a lot of people are looking for you. We're never, ever going to stop looking for you ever. Reporter: The family believes L Leanne might be beyond the area searched. Let's get Dan Abe rams in on this now. A big step by the police ruling out the husband. For now, they're ruling him out. That tells you they have investigated already. They talked to him, the friends. They read the blog. The fact at the they have his laptop. I thing this is all very helpful to him in allowing them to look at other things. Meaning, from his perspective, it's let the authorities focus attention where it ought to be, not on me. The best way to do that is be cooperative, give them everything they want. Help them rule you out. This landscaper eyewitness could be key. It's important in corroborating his account. In a lot of cases, a family member is missing, someone is suspected, no one has ever seen the person leave the house. No one is able to corroborate the account. In this case, this landscaper is saying, I saw her leave the house alone. Exactly as the husband lays it out. So I think now the authorities really want to look around in that area, scour the area. Hope, hope, hope that maybe there was an accident and she fell. She's in need of help. Critical. Day are treating this as a search. They have to for now. There's though reason not to. And remember, there's also no reason to suspect the husband. The only reason I'm talking about this so much is that's what's beginning on in the mind of the investigators. They want to first rule him out and then move forward, though they'll do it on dual tracks. Thank you, Dan. Now to something new with josh.

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