Jennifer Dulos spokeswoman releases statement marking 6 months since disappearance

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A spokeswoman for missing New Canaan woman Jennifer Dulos released a statement marking the sixth month anniversary of her disappearance.

Carrie Luft released the statement Saturday on behalf of the family and friends of Jennifer.

The statement read in part, "It has now been six months since Jennifer Farber Dulos was reported missing. That this milestone coincides with the Thanksgiving holiday challenges us to pause and give thanks, in spite of this tragedy. We give thanks that Jennifer’s children are healthy and well. We give thanks that they share their mother’s deep sense of empathy and curiosity about the world around them. And, as ever, we are deeply thankful to the New Canaan and Connecticut State police for their ongoing efforts to solve this case and bring those responsible to justice.”

In honor of Jennifer, the family is encouraging acts of caring and generosity during the holiday season like making donations to a local food bank or shelters.

The statement closed with, "Hug your loved ones close and extend a hand to a stranger."
The attorney for Jennifer's estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, who is being charged in connection to her disappearance, also released a statement responding, "Agreed. When will you let Fotis' children hug their father?"

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