NEW BERLIN – Wednesday, December 11, 2013 marks the one year anniversary of Jennifer Ramsaran's, 36, disappearance. It was a cold Tuesday morning last Dec. 11, 2012, when Ramsaran was last seen at her 473 Sheff Rd. home in New Berlin.
Before leaving her residence, Jennifer Ramsaran allegedly told her husband, Ganesh R. Ramsaran, 38, she was traveling to the Destiny USA mall in Syracuse for the day to do some holiday shopping. Jennifer Ramsaran was wearing blue jeans, a purple and white sweater and a black jacket when she drove away in her 2006 Chrysler Town and Country minivan.
The next day, Jennifer had still not returned home. The only sign of her was her cell phone, which was found on State Route 23, near the intersection of Moon Hill Rd., in the Town of Plymouth. Ramsaran located his wife's iPhone, using an Apple application to find lost iPhones. Chenango County Sheriff's Office authorities thought that maybe she had run off, possibly changing her hair color or style to not be identified.
The next couple days, authorities conducted a number of search warrants at her New Berlin residence and the 18 surrounding acres and came up with no new leads as to her whereabouts. The New York State Police, New York State Park Rangers, New Berlin Police Department and the Norwich Police Department joined the sheriff's office in the search for Jennifer. Forensic testing was done on electronic devices, including her Jennifer's cell phone, and her social media accounts, including her Facebook, were monitored for activity. The forensic results for the electronics would take several weeks and no activity was found on Jennifer's social media accounts. Authorities did not find any activity on her financial accounts either.
Jennifer made no contact with her friends or family since she went missing. Jennifer's husband and her three children were all interviewed to help with the slow and tedious process of looking for any information that would lead them to the now missing woman.