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Missing woman's family holds vigil

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CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Missing woman's family holds vigil
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Family and friends gathered to pray for the safe return of one local woman. Jennifer Ramsaran, 36 hasn’t been heard from since December. As our Elyse Mickalonis tells us, those who knew her are staying strong during a difficult time.

CHENANGO COUNTY, N.Y. -- People who know Jennifer Ramsaran are stunned that she's vanished.

"The last thing in the world that you could ever imagine is going through something like this. And the kids and I, our families, all that we think and worry about is knowing that Jen is going to be fine, that she's going to be safe, that she's okay,” said Ganesh Remy Ramsaran, Jennifer Ramsaran's Husband.

Family and friends of Ramsaran got together on Saturday in Norwich to pray for her safe return. The New Berlin native was last seen on December 11th. Deputies say the mother of three told her husband she was going to Destiny USA in Syracuse the day she disappeared. Police have found her cell phone and car.

"You don't think the police have done evidence they need to do? If there's any type of evidence, the police have everything. They're doing everything they can. They've been incredible,” said Ramsaran.

Now those close to Ramsaran are asking for the public's help. They released lanterns and handed out flyers with her picture Saturday and hope others will spread the word about her disappearance.

"The majority of those that are missing and are located alive and well, it is because of the general public. Because they’ve made a recognition from the media about that person who is missing and being able to spot the person at that point and say, 'Wait a minute, she looks just like the young lady on the news this morning,’” said Cynthia Caron, LostNMissing President and Founder.

Ramsaran's family hopes that if she's watching she comes home soon.
The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office asks that anyone with information give them a call at (607)-337-1924. All calls will be kept confidential. ClientIP:, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP