Nine days: Still no sign of missing New Berlin mom

NEW BERLIN – It’s been nine days since 36-year-old Jennifer L. Ramsaran went missing and law enforcement officials remain at a loss as to her whereabouts after spending the past two days executing a number of search warrants at her 473 Sheff Road residence in the Town of New Berlin.



Ramsaran was last seen the morning of Dec. 11 when she allegedly told her husband, Ganesh Remy Ramsaran, she was planning a trip to Destiny USA in Syracuse to do some shopping. Her cell phone was discovered the next day on State Route 23 in the Town of Plymouth near Moon Hill Road, while her 2006 Chrysler Town and County minivan was located at Plank Road Manor, Plymouth Street in the City of Norwich.

Chenango County Sheriff Ernest R. Cutting Jr. said law enforcement agencies, including the New York State Police, New York State Park Rangers, Sheriff’s Office and New Berlin and Norwich police departments are “making some headway,” but admitted the process is both slow and tedious. Ramsaran’s family, including her husband and three children, have all been interviewed, and Cutting said he hoped to have the search of the family’s home and surrounding 18 acres wrapped up sometime today.


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