Elaborating on the ordeal, Ganesh Ramsaran went on: “All I want is for Jen to come walking through our front door safe and sound and giving us all hugs, but I have lost all faith that will be the case. The helplessness and the not knowing is an additional nightmare which I can’t escape from right now. The lack of sleep, the loss of appetite, the stress of not knowing, the worrying where and how she is doing is a burden that I never thought I would have to carry but life comes with some curve balls.”
In one of his last postings pertaining to the case, Ganesh Ramsaran recalled that two days before his wife vanished, he visited a local grocery store and filled up the gasoline tank of the minivan that she would use.
Cutting said investigators are trying to corroborate that information.
Cutting said based on the preliminary examination of the van that was recovered, there was no sign that a struggle had taken place in that vehicle.
He said there is also no indication that anyone has attempted to use credit or automatic teller machine cards that Jennifer Ramsaran may have carried with her.
“There is no evidence other than she is missing, and we’re trying to find the answers,” he said.
He added that investigators are in the process of obtaining subpoenas in order to examine her telephone records.