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Find Missing Jennifer Farber Dulos!

Find Jennifer Farber Dulos!
Find Missing Jennifer Farber Dulos!

Find missing Jennifer Farber Dulos!
She is a missing mom of five
And her family states that she would never desert them.
It has been almost one month
Since her family and friends last saw her.
It has been almost one month
Since her family and friends last heard from her.
Where is this missing mom?

Find Missing Jennifer Farber Dulos!
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Find Missing Jennifer Farber Dulos!

NEW CANAAN (FAIRFIELD COUNTY), CONNECTICUT–Jennifer Farber Dulos was seen seen on June 24 to June 25, 2019. She was last seen in New Canaan (Fairfield County), Connecticut. She is 50 years old and described as 5’8″ tall and 100 to 120 pounds. Her hair is brown and her eyes are brown.

On May 24, 2019, and at about 7:00 P.M., the New Canaan Police Department in Connecticut received a report of a missing female. The woman was identified as Jennifer Farber Dulos. She resides in New Canaan, Connecticut. Her friends had become concerned for Jennifer’s welfare. Their concern occurred after she failed to attend multiple scheduled doctor appointments in New York City. Friends had attempted to contact Jennifer without success.

Jennifer Dulos UPDATE: Blood found in home; Police suspect she was the victim of a violent crime

Investigators searching the New Canaan home of Jennifer Farber Dulos, the mother of five who has been missing for nearly a week, found traces of blood and other evidence leading them to suspect she may have been the victim of a violent crime, sources said.

Detectives from the State Police Western District Crime Squad discovered the traces of blood on Saturday when they combed the house for clues, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation.

The sources said it appears the scene had been cleaned. It is not clear whether investigators have matched the blood through DNA tests to Jennifer Dulos but police have said they have been conducting a criminal investigation while continuing to search for her this week.

Police have been compiling a timeline of Jennifer Dulos’ day after she dropped her kids off at about 8 a.m. at the nearby New Canaan Country Day School, which is near the Dulos’ home on Welles Avenue.

Sources familiar with the investigation said that Jennifer Dulos missed an 11 a.m. appointment and then a 1 p.m. appointment last Friday. She was reported missing by two friends at 7 p.m. that night.

Police found her black Chevrolet Suburban later that same night on a street near Waveny Park – the area that police have been searching the past few days with dogs, drones and helicopters.

Eight teams of officers and police dogs fanned out across the 300-acre Waveny Park on Thursday, marking consecutive days that authorities have searched the park, located about a mile from Jennifer Dulos’ New Canaan home.

By late afternoon, investigators focused on a marshy area with at least one trooper wading knee-deep in the water with a stick.

New Canaan police Lt. Jason Ferraro said Thursday that their search for Dulos expanded across state lines, into Pound Ridge, N.Y., near a home associated with the family.

Dulos’ family and friends said Wednesday they were still hopeful that she would be located by authorities.

“Those who know Jennifer know her to be a devoted mother; an extremely thoughtful, reliable, and organized woman; and attest that she would never, ever, disappear when she is responsible for the lives of five loving and energetic children,” the family said in a statement.

New Canaan police said they have been working “around the clock” with state and federal law enforcement exploring all tips and leads into Dulos’ disappearance. As in most missing persons cases, Ferraro said that there is a concurrent criminal investigation to “determine if Jennifer was the victim [of] foul play or intentional harm.”

Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance comes amid a bitter two-year divorce and custody battle that continued even after she was reported missing with her estranged husband’s lawyer petitioning Tuesday for custody of the children who, he said, were with an armed guard in Jennifer Dulos’ mother’s New York City apartment.

A status hearing on the divorce case scheduled in Superior Court in Stamford was canceled Wednesday. No new petitions regarding custody were filed as of Thursday, judicial records show.

Two years before she went missing, Jennifer Dulos was the subject of a 911 call to Farmington police, placed by her husband who told a dispatcher he was worried about the welfare of his wife and five children.

It was June 19, 2017 – the day before Jennifer Dulos filed for divorce from Fotis Duos. On that day, Jennifer Dulos left the family’s Farmington mansion with their children, moving them to New Canaan.

“I am worried about my wife and kids. They left to go to New York and I haven’t been able to get in touch with them,” Dulos told the dispatcher during the more than four-minute June 19 call.

The 911 call is inaudible at times because Dulos puts the dispatcher on speakerphone while he tries to look up the cellphone number of the babysitter that is with his wife and children. Fotis Dulos thought his wife was headed to New York to visit her father’s gravesite, but she was actually moving out of the Farmington house and into a new home in New Canaan – the same home she lived in until she went missing Friday.

A day after the call, Jennifer Dulos filed for divorce, asking a judge to grant her full custody of the children because she said she feared for her life or that he would move their children to Greece.

The 911 call by Dulos is referenced in the nearly 500 pages of divorce records. Dulos refers to it to bolster his claims that his wife has kept the children from him and lied about taking them away.

During the call with the Farmington dispatcher, Dulos says his wife was driving a black Range Rover and that the current babysitter was with them. He tells the dispatcher several times that they should have been in New York already and that they aren’t answering his calls or texts.

‘I’ve been texting them and I see that they are being delivered but nobody is responding to me,” Dulos said.

The dispatcher gets all of the information on the car and ends the call by telling him that an officer would be coming to his Jefferson Court home to talk with him. He asks how long that will take and she tells him an officer is close by and should be there soon.

Officers responded to the home and spoke to Fotis Dulos who said the couple had “quiet” arguments, but there were never threats or violence, a Farmington police report shows. He told officers that he discovered she had packed all of her belongings and later showed the officers an empty room. He told the officers that she even took her bathroom scale.

Farmington police attempted to contact Jennifer Dulos and the babysitter but were not successful. Eventually, they heard from a court clerk in Stamford that she had been there filing for divorce and a restraining order.

The call isn’t the only time Fotis Dulos interacted with Farmington police. Days after the divorce filing, Fotis Dulos turned over a firearm to police, a weapon he said he purchased to protect his family, court records said. In her divorce filing, Jennifer Dulos mentioned the gun and that she was afraid he was either going to harm her with it or that one of her children could get it accidentally.

When the divorce was filed and Fotis Dulos became aware that she was trying to get full custody of the children, he voluntarily turned the gun over to Farmington police.

A report obtained by the Courant shows that Fotis Dulos brought the gun in a keypad-locked safe to the police department on June 21, 2017, in response to a protective order issued amid the divorce proceedings. Dulos told the officer that he purchased the 9mm Glock 19 in Florida and brought it to Connecticut. Dulos told the officer that his wife had taken the keys to the lock and that they would need to cut it open.

Police officials said they still have custody of the firearm. They had contacted Fotis Dulos in March to retrieve the gun after the protective order had expired, but he informed officers he did not have a permit and would arrange for a friend to get the firearm, but that never happened.

Dulos, a developer of luxury homes, resides in the Jefferson Crossing home where he made the 911 call from. The home is currently for sale.

Fotis Dulos is also in a legal battle with the estate of Jennifer Dulos’ father, Hilliard Farber, which is alleging that Fotis Dulos owes his in-laws more than $2.5 million, according to court records.

Hilliard Farber was a former senior vice president at Chase Manhattan Bank who went on to serve as a fellow at the Brookings Institute and form his own brokerage firm, Hilliard Farber & Co.

Hilliard Farber would front his son-in-law money to buy properties and then Dulos would build high-end homes on them through his company Fore Group Inc. He would then sell the houses and repay the debt, according to court records. The lawsuit alleges that Dulos stopped making those payments. Source.

Find Missing Jennifer Farber Dulos!
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What more need I add? This is one sad case of a missing person who is resumed to be a crime victim. Police believe that Jennifer has become the victim of a violent crime. But as long as she has not been found, there is room for hope. Police found blood and have made arrests. Jennifer family need answers and resolution. Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Jennifer Farber Dulos? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) who may be involved in her disappearance?

If you have any information, please contact the New Canaan Police Department (Connecticut): 1-203-594-3500, 9-1-1 or your local police.

NamUs Case Number: MP57693
Agency Case Number: 19-6190

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