Description: The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information regarding Mayushi Bhagat, a 29-year-old female student from India who went missing in New Jersey City almost four years ago.
According to a story released by the news agency PTI, the FBI is offering a reward of up to USD 10,000 for information regarding a 29-year-old female student from India named ‘Mayushi Bhagat’ who went missing from New Jersey city over four years ago.
She was last spotted leaving her Jersey City apartment wearing ‘colourful pyjama trousers and a black T-shirt’ on April 29, 2019. On May 1, 2019, her relatives reported her missing to police.
The FBI Newark Field Office and the Jersey City Police Department are now appealing to the public for assistance in investigating Bhagat’s disappearance. The FBI is even offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that leads to her capture or recovery.
According to PTI, the FBI placed Mayushi Bhagat’s name on the list of “Missing Persons” in July and asked the public for aid with information about her.
Who exactly is Mayushi Bhagat?
Mayushi Bhagat was born in July 1994 in India. She was in the country on a student visa, attending the New York Institute of Technology. The FBI stated in an official statement that she speaks English, Hindi, and Urdu. According to several investigators, she has pals in South Plainfield, New Jersey.
Bhagat is 5’10” tall, with black hair and brown eyes. She arrived in the United States on an F1 student visa in 2016.
According to PTI, the FBI has asked anybody with information regarding Bhagat, her whereabouts, or her disappearance to contact the FBI Newark or the Jersey City Police Department.
“They could receive a reward of up to USD 10,000 for information leading to her location or recovery,” according to a statement released last week.
The FBI has placed Bhagat’s ‘Missing Person’ poster on its website’s “Most Wanted” page, under the category of “Kidnappings/Missing Persons.”