More than three weeks have passed since Jennifer Dulos, a mom of five from New Canaan, was reported missing and the search for her and investigation into what happened expanded on Friday.
Police and a dive team were at a body of water at Fisher Meadows, on Old Farms Road in Avon, Friday in connection with the investigation, according to authorities.
Two days earlier, police were at another area of Old Farms Road, where the search for the 50-year-old was focused on a pond popular for water skiing.
Jennifer Dulos has been missing since May 24. She was last seen that morning when she dropped her children off at school in New Canaan but she missed doctor’s appointments that day and her friends could not get in touch with her. She was reported missing that night.
When police officers went to her home on Welles Lane, they found blood stains on the garage floor and “evidence of attempts to clean the crime scene,” according to court documents.
What officers saw led them to suspect that Jennifer was the victim of a serious assault.
Police are also searching at Material Innovation Recycling Authority, or MIRA, a trash facility in Hartford for the 12th day in a row.
Police said they have received more than 600 tips for all over the world and nearly 80 responses to requests for surveillance video from homes and businesses in New Canaan.
Jennifer Dulos’ estranged husband, 51-year-old Fotis Dulos, of Farmington, and his 44-year-old girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, have both been arrested in connection with her disappearance and pleaded not guilty Tuesday to evidence tampering and hindering prosecution.
Fotis Dulos had been in police custody since his arrest on June 1 but was released after posting bond and turning over his passport. He has been ordered to wear a GPS-monitored ankle bracelet.