State police investigated the city of Hartford on Friday for evidence possibly related to the missing mother Jennifer Dulos in New Canaan.
Police started their search in the areas of Adams Street & Albany Avenue as well as Homestead Avenue & Sterling Street in Hartford Friday afternoon.
According to our partners at the Hartford Courant, “State police are currently searching the Albany area of Hartford for evidence possibly related to the missing mother Jennifer Farber Dulos from New Canaan.”
State police canines walked street by street, between Albany Ave. and Homestead, sniffing trash cans and talking to people in the neighborhood. State police also went dor-to-door to ask neighbors for any surveillance camera footage that might be available.
Photo: Police investigate a dumpster in the area of 255 Homestead Avenue.
In a statement, Connecticut State police- Western District Major Crimes Squad (WDMCS) confirmed they are working with New Canaan police department in search efforts in the Hartford area.
Police were found at her estranged husband’s house in Farmington Friday evening, but police did not say why they were there.
News 8 will update this story as more information comes in.
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