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Loud banging heard at Fotis Dulos’ New Canaan property one day after Jennifer’s disappearance 

NEW CANAAN -- Investigators have searched several of Fotis Dulos' homes in Farmington in connection to the disappearance of his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos. Now, a home in New Canaan on Sturbridge Hill Road is being brought to their attention.

The home at 61 Sturbridge Hill Road was still being worked on by Dulos' company. A neighbor told FOX61 her dog sitter heard loud banging at 5 a.m. the day after Jennifer was reported missing.

The New Canaan community is on edge as they have been watching investigators search for Jennifer Dulos and evidence connected to her disappearance.

Signs have been posted throughout the town and passed out to drivers with hopes the publican can offer leads for the investigation.

New Canaan police said they have received over 225 tips from people and nearly 70 responses for their request to look at surveillance video from homeowners and businesses.

On Thursday, Fotis Dulos's divorce attorney filed a motion requesting they be removed from the ongoing divorce case, essentially dropping his client. The divorce case is separate from Dulos's criminal case. Fotis remains behind bars on charges of evidence tampering and hindering prosecution.

His girlfriend, Michelle Troconis is out on bond and was interviewed by police at her attorney's office on Thursday in Westport. The state's attorney Richard Colangelo Jr. was present as well.

New Canaan police said they are still interested in looking at surveillance footage anyone may have. They are urging homeowners and businesses to continue to offer up their footage to be looked over.

Anyone with surveillance cameras that captures vehicle traffic in front of their home or residence in New Canaan from Wednesday, May 22nd through Saturday, May 25th should email Officer Kelly Coughlin at Kelly.coughlin@newcanaanct.gov

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