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Police continue to search Avon pond and recycling facilities for clues in Dulos case

AVON -- Police had their attention somewhere else on Friday. They were seen searching at the Spring Pond at Fishers Meadow on Old Farms Road.

Divers in suits were seen dunking in the water doing a thorough search. Investigators were also seen browsing the nearby wooded areas with a K-9.

This has not been the only pond police have been searching in. On Wednesday, they were spotted searching at a body of water known by locals as “the pond” which is just a couple of miles from Spring Pond.

Before Wednesday, they searched at “the pond” on Friday, May 31st – the same day they searched in several areas throughout Hartford.

“The pond” is where Jennifer Dulos’ estranged husband, Fotis Dulos and their children frequently water skied there.

New Canaan Police have been updating the public with where the investigation stands. They said State Police will continue to dig through the mountains of trash at the MIRA trash recycling plant in Hartford to collect any evidence they can find there.

At this time, police have not come forward to reveal what they have found there.

Investigators have made it clear they will not stop searching for Jennifer until they get some answers. Police said they have been getting more and more tips from the public each day. It has now amounted to over 600 tips and 80 responses to their request for surveillance footage.

If you or anyone you now have any information that may help police with this case, you urged to contact New Canaan Police at (203) 594-3544 or email them at FindJenniferDulos@NewCanaanCT.gov.

You also have the option to submit an anonymous tip at www.FindJenniferDulos.com.

 

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