New details emerge in case of missing woman

NEW BERLIN – On Thursday, the husband of a missing Town of New Berlin woman confirmed reports that he was the one who discovered his wife’s iPhone in the area of State Route 23 and Moon Hill Road in the Town of Plymouth, and that his father-in-law, Thomas Renz, located his wife’s maroon 2006 Chrysler Town and Country minivan at Plank Road Manor, Plymouth Street, in the City of Norwich.



Jennifer L. Ramsaran, 36, has been missing since Dec. 11. Her cell phone, which her husband, Ganesh Remy Ramsaran, said he found utilizing the Find iPhone application, was discovered on Dec. 12, while her minivan was located days later on Dec. 16. There has been no contact between the missing woman and family or friends since her disappearance, and no activity on any of her online accounts, despite reports of her growing fascination with online gaming.

Authorities continue to wait for forensic results, including their analysis of cell phones and computers taken from the Ramsarans’ 473 Sheff Road home. A Facebook page, recently created by friends of the Ramsaran family, has garnered more than 760 likes in less than a week and was created, according to its administrators, “to help find her and bring her home.”

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jennifer Ramsaran should contact the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office at 337-1992. All calls will be kept confidential.

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