Missing Indian American pregnant woman found safe

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Amarjit Kaur (Courtesy of NYPD)

A surveillance video released by police showed Kaur walking alone on the sidewalk

The Indian American pregnant woman who was reported missing earlier this month was found safe in New York City on December 8.

Amarjit Kaur, 34, went missing earlier this month after her visit to a local bank. A few days back she was found wandering the streets of Manhattan and was taken to the hospital, reported CBS News.

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Kaur was six weeks pregnant at the time of missing. Lakhwinder Multani, her husband, earlier said Kaur left home to a nearby bank on Dec.5. After her visit to the bank, she never came back to the car which was parked on the 114th Street, Liberty Avenue. Her phone was inside the car and it was locked from outside.

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“The school had called. She never went to pick up the kids, then I got worried and started calling, I am feeling very bad, kids feeling very bad. We are waiting for her,” her husband had told CBS News.

A surveillance video released by police showed Kaur walking alone on the sidewalk for a short time before she disappeared.

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The New York police with the help of public searched for missing Indian American woman till she was found wandering.