Police launch website to assist in search for missing New Canaan mom

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Police have launched a dedicated website to help find Jennifer Dulos, the missing New Canaan mother of five.

The New Canaan Police Department is encouraging anyone with information to submit tips. Since Jennifer Dulos’ May 24 disappearance, New Canaan police say they've received more than 310 tips and nearly 75 responses to requests for surveillance video from homes and businesses.

“We will not rest until we find Jennifer,” New Canaan Police Chief Leon Krolikowski said in an email today.

The launch of FindJenniferDulos.com comes one day before Dulos’ estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, are expected in court in connection to her disappearance.


Police say security footage shows Fotis Dulos and Troconis throwing out bloody evidence in trash cans in Hartford. The blood on the evidence belonged to Jennifer Dulos.

Fotis Dulos will return to court with a new lawyer beside him. High-profile attorney Norm Pattis is now representing him. Pattis said in a statement, "The rush to judgement stops now as does the conviction by innuendo."

MORE: Estranged husband of missing New Canaan mom retains controversial defense lawyer 

Fotis Dulos remains in jail, but Pattis will likely push to get him out on bond tomorrow. Troconis, meanwhile, walked free a week ago after making bond and appears to be cooperating with the investigation. She reportedly sat down with police and the state's attorney last week and later joined investigators at the Farmington home where she and Dulos had been living together.

With the search still continuing, it's questionable what she knows about Jennifer's whereabouts. Investigators have been scouring Dulos' properties, along with a trash facility in Hartford. Searchers returned there today.

Last week, the attorney representing Fotis Dulos in his divorce case filed a motion to withdraw. It now appears both firms representing him in a civil case have also done the same. Jennifer Dulos’ mother is suing him for alleged non-payment of a loan.

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