Connecticut State Police on Tuesday were looking for a sprawling property owned by Fotis Dulos' development company to"follow up on old leads," possibly in connection with the disappearance of his estranged wife, Jennifer Farber Dulos, nearly a year later he killed himself following charges he murdered her.
Researchers were seen digging holes around the Farmington property which was possessed by Dulos' firm the Fore Group. The home is now up for sale.
Authorities K-9s were current as well as ground-penetrating radar, WFSB-TV reported. It was unclear what prompted the search.
Calls and messages into the State Police were not returned.
Dulos was charged with the murder of his wife months following her May 2019 disappearance. The couple was locked in a custody conflict at the moment.
He died from carbon monoxide poisoning in January 2020 following a suicide attempt days earlier while out on bail.
Farber Dulos, a mom of five, was last seen falling off her children at school on May 25, 2019. Police believe she was killed at her house between 8:05 a.m. and 10:25 a.m.. Her body hasn't been discovered.
Fotis Dulos's DNA was recovered by a garbage bag in a trash can investigators think he was able to dump evidence of his crime. Authorities also found bloodied zip ties, according to court documents.
Fotis Dulos' former girlfriend Michelle Troconis was also arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the alleged plot to kill Farber Dulos. His civil attorney, Kent Mawhinney was likewise charged with conspiracy to commit murder.
Arrest records reveal Dulos seen the Farmington land on the day Farber Dulos went missing, the Hartford Courant reported.