Asked if his wife was taking any medications, the husband said, “Let’s not talk about medication.” However, he did say her depressed mental state may turn out to be a factor in her disappearance.
“That is definitely one of the scenarios,” he said.
“The week before (the disappearance) she spent $300 on brand-new clothes just for herself, and got a new haircut the Friday before she went missing,” he said. “There were lots of different changes.”
The husband provided a partial answer when asked if his wife ever discussed leaving the household where the two have been raising three children.
“Nothing like that, not with me,” he said. “But apparently ... on ... yeah, not with me. I will leave it at that. I don’t want to go anywhere like that.”
“If you could just jot this down for me — the kids miss their mom, and I miss her, too,” he said. “The kids miss their old mom, not the one that was here the last six or nine months when she went through all the different changes.”
Police have said investigators were reaching out to Jennifer Ramsaran’s recent online contacts — such as her Facebook friends and those with whom she played games from her iPhone — to determine if any of them can offer information explaining her disappearance.
The Chrysler Town & Country minivan Ramsaran was reportedly driving that day was later found outside the Plank Road Apartments in the city of Norwich. Her husband, using a tracking application, located her iPhone near near Moon Hill Road in Plymouth.
Chenango County Sheriff’s Department Lt. Richard Cobb said the investigation into the disappearance remains very active. “Any leads that come in are being investigated,” he said.
The Sheriff’s Department is asking anyone with information relating to the disappearance to contact the agency at 334-2000.