BURLINGAME, California—A body of a Punjabi woman named Kalbir Dhillon was found off of Burlingame Bayfront area last week by joggers at 9:48am.
The woman was wearing Indian clothing and pronounced dead at the scene, and an investigation is underway to find out the truth of the case.
The cause of death is under investigation but the autopsy was completed last Wednesday.
Kalbir Dhillon’s family wrote:
Hello Facebook Family and Friends, We need your urgent assistance with obtaining the truth regarding the death of Kalbir (Kallie) Dhillon. She was found floating in the Bay adjacent to Robert E Woolley State Park in Burlingame, California on Monday, January 19th, 2015 at 9:48 am. Her car was also found nearby. Kallie was officially reported missing on Sunday, January 18th, 2015. She was last seen leaving her home in Fremont, California on Saturday, January 17th, 2015 at approximately 6 pm.
We are searching for anyone that may have seen or spoken to Kallie prior to her disappearance. We would like to share her story and discover the truth on her passing, but we need your help.
After her first husband’s car accident and sudden death in 1996, Kallie was a single mother of two daughters for 16 years. She was resilient and hopeful, and bravely faced this difficult time by devoting her life to her daughters. She was an amazing mother who worked hard to give her daughters wonderful privileges including private school, dance and piano lessons, and gymnastics. Kallie completely supported all of their endeavors. Currently, her oldest daughter is an MD/PhD student at Stony Brook University and her youngest daughter is a Mathematics major at University of California, Los Angeles.
Kallie recently remarried in 2012 and gained two sons in the process. Kallie was recently working for Macys as a Project Manager, and she also assisted with her husband’s businesses. Kallie’s disappearance and death are a complete shock to her family and friends as she showed absolutely no indication of being upset or having any issues in her day to day life.
We are urgently seeking assistance from the media and public to help with the pending investigation. We are extremely concerned that this case is not undergoing a thorough enough investigation, and fear that it may lead to a premature and hasty resolution of the case.