Pregnant Mother of Twins Vanishes During Trip to NYC Bank

Surveillance video shows the moments before a 34-year-old pregnant mother of twins was seen before vanishing in Queens.

(Published Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017)

What to Know

  • Amarjit Kaur, 34, vanished Tuesday morning while she was making a trip to a bank and hasn't been seen since, officials say

  • The Queens native is the mother of two 7-year-old twins and is said to be six weeks pregnant, authorities say

  • Kaur's car was found near the bank and her cell phone was discovered inside the vehicle, police say

Police in New York City are on the hunt for a missing pregnant mother of twins who was last seen making a short trip to the bank.

Amarjit Kaur, 34, of Queens, hasn’t been seen since Tuesday morning when she left her home on 128th Street in South Ozone Park, officials said. Kaur was on her way to a Chase Bank when she vanished.

Kaur’s car was found near the bank on 113th Street, authorities said. Her cell phone was inside the car.

Amarjit Kaur was last seen Tuesday morning. Handout

Kaur is the mother of two 7-year-old twins and is also six weeks pregnant, police said. A surveillance video shared by investigators shows her walking on the sidewalk alone a short time before she disappeared.

She was last seen wearing a black long-sleeve shirt and yellow pants. Police said she is about 5 feet, 4 inches tall. Witnesses with information on the mother’s whereabouts are urged to contact police.

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