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Search for missing New Canaan mother reaches two weeks

The search for a missing New Canaan mother has reached two-weeks as investigators search a Hartford trash sorting facility for clues.

News 12 Staff

Jun 7, 2019, 10:53 AM

Updated 1,843 days ago

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Search for missing New Canaan mother reaches two weeks
The search for a missing New Canaan mother has reached two weeks, as investigators continue to search a Hartford trash sorting facility and the home of her ex-husband for clues. 
State police combed through mountains of trash in search for evidence Thursday.
Police in New Canaan are investigating more than 225 tips from the public and 70 responses to their request for surveillance video.
Police also returned to one of Fotis Dulos' properties in Farmington Friday. 
As News 12 has reported, Jennifer Dulos' husband Fotis Dulos and his girlfriend Michelle Troconis were arraigned on tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and hindering prosecution charges earlier this week.
Police say more criminal charges are expected.
Arrest warrants show Jennifer Dulos' blood was found on items in trash bags dumped at more than 30 locations in Hartford.
Friday marks two weeks since her disappearance, and the fourth day investigators are back at the trash facility.
Troconis reportedly met with the state's attorney and state police yesterday for three hours.
Detectives were seen leaving her attorney's office in Westport.
Troconis might now be cooperating with police which could lead to a break in the case.
Jennifer Dulos was last seen dropping her children off at their New Canaan school on May 24.
New Canaan residents have been lighting candles every Monday night and will continue to do so until she's found.
 
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