Indian American mother of twins who vanished in New York, found safe


NEW YORK – An Indian American woman, Amarjit Kaur, 34, of Queens, New York, who suddenly vanished last Tuesday morning when she left her home on 128th Street in South Ozone Park to go to a local bank, was found safe, on Friday.

According to the New York Daily News, Kaur was found at around 6 a.m. on Friday wandering the streets of lower Manhattan, roughly 15 miles from her home in South Richmond Hill.

Though she appeared to be in good health, an ambulance took her to the hospital for observation, reported the Daily News.


According to NBC4, Kaur’s car was found near the bank on 113th Street and her phone was inside the car.

Police said that when Kaur vanished, she was six weeks pregnant and is also the mother of two 7-year-old twins.

A surveillance video, released by authorities showed the 5 feet, 4 inches tall woman walking alone on the sidewalk for a short time before she disappeared.

(This post was updated on 12/12/2017)



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