“#Police renew search for missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos”
June 11, 2020 | 3:19pm | Updated June 11, 2020 | 3:49pm
New Canaan Police Department via AP, File
At least a dozen state police vehicles pulled up to the Sky View Drive home where Jennifer and Fotis Dulos lived briefly in 2010, years before their bitter divorce battle and her disappearance on May 24, 2019, the Hartford Courant reported.
The paper said the couple lived at the house for several months while their Jefferson Crossing estate, where Fotis Dulos later took his life, was being finished.
Fotis Dulos’ home construction company, Fore Group, also worked on the Sky View Drive property for several months in 2018 to conduct repairs after pipes burst inside the house, the outlet said. The property has since been vacant.
Police had previously been on the property as part of the investigation, but did so without a warrant and without cadaver dogs to search woods behind the house, the Courant said. They did not comment on their renewed interest in the property.
Police believed Fotis Dulos, 52, a luxury home builder, killed Jennifer inside her New Canaan home, stuffed her body into her Chevy Suburban, and drove to Waverly Park in the town, where he allegedly moved her body into an employee’s pickup truck.
Her body has never been found.
Fotis Dulos was out on $6 million bail and was due in Stamford Superior Court for a bail hearing on the morning he locked himself in the garage of his Jefferson Crossing mansion — less than 2 miles from the Avon property, in an attempt to kill himself.
He died two days later due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
His ex-girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, pleaded not guilty in February to conspiracy to commit murder charges in the case.
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