NEW BERLIN – It’s been more than seven weeks since 36-year-old Jennifer Ramsaran went missing, and even as authorities continue to search for clues as to her whereabouts, the mother of three’s husband, Ganesh Remy Ramsaran, said he’s not giving up hope yet.
“It’s so hard to talk about, you know,” said Mr. Ramsaran in a phone interview with The Evening Sun. “It’s been a mental roller coaster. One second you have hope, the next you’re not sure. Your mind just goes everywhere. The one thing that keeps me strong is that I have to be strong for the kids, not just to protect them from the rumors, but it’s so hard to explain ...”
Ramsaran first reported his wife missing the night of Dec. 11, telling authorities she had left for Syracuse that morning to do some shopping at Destiny USA. On Dec. 12, Ramsaran located his wife’s iPhone – utilizing Apple’s Find My iPhone application – near state Route 23 and Moon Hill Road in the Town of Plymouth. Days later, Ramsaran’s father-in-law, Thomas Renz, discovered his daughter’s 2006 Chrysler Town and Country minivan parked at Plank Road Manor, Plymouth Street, in the City of Norwich. According to the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office, Jennifer Ramsaran has had no contact whatsoever with family or friends, and there has been no activity on any of her financial or social online accounts.