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Mystery surrounds the disappearance of pregnant NY mother

Amarjit Kaur (pictured), 34, hasn’t been seen since she left her home at 9.30am on Tuesday

Police in New York City are on the lookout for a pregnant mother of twins who mysteriously vanished following an early morning visit to her local bank.  

Amarjit Kaur, 34, hasn’t been seen since she left her home on 128th St. near 107th Ave. in Ozone Park at around 9:30 a.m on Tuesday, according to NBC News. 

Her husband, 47-year-old Lakhwinder Multani, became concerned after she failed to pick up their 7-year-old sons at school later that afternoon. 

According to police sources, Multani launched his own investigation and successfully located his wife’s red Mercedes using a GPS device.

Her husband, 47-year-old Lakhwinder Multani (pictured), became concerned after she failed to pick up their 7-year-old sons at school

Her husband, 47-year-old Lakhwinder Multani (pictured), became concerned after she failed to pick up their 7-year-old sons at school

The vehicle was found parked on 113th St. near Liberty Ave. by the Chase Bank about a mile from their home.

Workers at a nearby cellphone store allowed Multani to review their surveillance footage, which showed his wife, who is seven-weeks pregnant, walk away from her vehicle around 10.30am.   

Multani had the Mercedes towed back to his home and searched the vehicle, discovering her cellphone was still inside the car.   

Multani said the phone showed Kaur’s last conversation was with a number he did not recognize. At that point he decided to file a report with the police. 

Kaur is described as five feet, four inches tall with black hair and was last seen wearing yellow pants and a black shirt

Kaur is described as five feet, four inches tall with black hair and was last seen wearing yellow pants and a black shirt

‘I’m worried,’ Multani told The New York Daily News. ‘They (police) are still working on it. They are checking every camera.’  

Multani said he called the mystery number and spoke to a man who claimed he dialed the wrong number. 

But phone showed that the call lasted for five minutes, which led police to track down the number to a residence in Queens. 

Sources told the Daily News, however, that a man who spoke to police informed them that the phone owner no longer lived there and may have moved out of state. 

‘The police have the phone number now,’ said Multani. ‘I don’t have it. I made one phone call to the guy.’

Kaur is described as five feet, four inches tall with black hair and was last seen wearing yellow pants and a black shirt.

Multani was able to track down her car which was parked outside their local bank on Tuesday

Multani was able to track down her car which was parked outside their local bank on Tuesday



Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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