Neena Rani Chumber, a mother who went missing from her Ahuntsic-Cartierville home more than two months ago, has been located, according to Montreal police.
The 49-year-old was last seen on surveillance footage strolling into Parc des Bateliers on Gouin Boulevard on February 17th.
Kirandeep Chumber, her daughter, led the months-long hunt for her mother. Kirandeep claims that her mother had been suffering from depression.
Kirandeep claims her mother’s body was discovered on April 17 in an Instagram post.
“No matter whatever anyone says, you were always a wonderful mother for your three kids,” wrote Kirandeep. “Life is hard but I know wherever you are today, you’re always looking down on us! The universe most loving and wonderful MOTHER ever!! We love you mom.
“I want to thank everyone who reposted and spread the news about her being missing.”
The death, according to investigators, was not a homicide.
On Feb. 17, police discovered the woman had left her wallet and phone at home and just drove away. Her automobile was later discovered abandoned, with the keys still in the ignition.
Neena Chumber Rani Found Dead
According to Kirandeep, Chumber Rani had been acting suspiciously leading up to her disappearance. She wasn’t sleeping well and claimed that somebody were watching and documenting her disappearance. She couldn’t get a good night’s sleep and claimed that strangers were watching and recording her. Her family members would remain up late at night with her, attempting to lull her to sleep.