Jennifer Dulos disappearance: four years later

Jennifer Dulos memorial
A memorial grows outside Waveny Park in New Canaan, Connecticut, where Jennifer Farber Dulos' SUV was found abandoned in the park the day she was reported missing in 2019. Photo credit Morgan Cunningham, WTIC Radio

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NEW CANAAN, Conn. (WTIC Radio) - It has been four years since Jennifer Farber Dulos disappeared without being seen or heard from again.

Her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, was later charged with murder in connection with her disappearance after she dropped her five children off at school.

Investigators, at the time, pointed to signs of a serious assault at Jennifer Dulos' home in New Canaan. There was also evidence found in garbage in Hartford.

Fotis Dulos committed suicide in January of 2020, not long after the murder charge was filed.

Two associates of Fotis Dulos, ex-girlfriend Michelle Troconis and attorney Kent Mawhinney, are facing charges including conspiracy. Their cases have been working through the court systems.

Detectives have since searched various properties that were once connected to the Dulos family, including residences in Avon and Farmington.

"If anyone out there has any information, no matter how small, it might be critical in advancing the case to the next level," says retired State Police Lieutenant J. Paul Vance. He urges anyone with information to reach out to State Police.

Carrie Luft, a spokeswoman for the Jennifer Farber Dulos family, released the following statement on the four-year anniversary of the disapperance:

May 24, 2023, marks four years since the murder and disappearance of Jennifer Farber Dulos. We continue to grieve the loss of her loving devotion to her children and family, her friendship, courage, brilliance, humor, and singular ability to touch the lives of the people she encountered.

The investigation into Jennifer’s case is open and active, and the Connecticut state’s attorney’s office continues with pretrial discovery and preparation. Two individuals have yet to stand trial for conspiracy to murder, and we await the next steps in the legal process.

Intimate partner violence cuts across gender, economic, and racial/ethnic lines, and it disproportionately affects women of color. In Jennifer’s honor, we wish to turn the public’s attention to the many victims and survivors of intimate partner violence whose stories do not receive widespread media coverage. You can help change this disparity by donating to the Black and Missing Foundation, and by encouraging the media to give equal

attention to all victims.

Thank you.

Featured Image Photo Credit: Morgan Cunningham, WTIC Radio