Police: Blood found in missing Connecticut mom’s home

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Police: Blood found in missing Connecticut mom’s home

This photo provided by the New Canaan Police Department shows Michelle C. Troconis, left, and Fotis Dulos, right. Police in Connecticut have arrested a missing mother of five’s estranged husband and his girlfriend on charges of evidence tampering and hindering prosecution. New Canaan authorities announced Sunday, June 2, 2019, the arrests of 51-year-old Dulos and 44-year-old Troconis. Both were detained on $500,000 bail and are scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Norwalk Superior Court. Details of the allegations were not released. (New Canaan Police Department via AP) AP

The blood of a Connecticut mother of five who has been missing for 11 days was found in several locations where two people matching the description of her estranged husband and his girlfriend were recorded on surveillance video disposing of trash bags, according to arrest warrants released Monday.

The warrants also show blood spatter and evidence of cleanup attempts were also found at the New Canaan home of Jennifer Dulos, 50, who remains missing after her May 24 disappearance.

"Investigators came to the consensus that a serious physical assault had occurred at the scene, and Jennifer Dulos was the suspected victim," police wrote in the warrants.

The warrants were released Monday after Dulos’ estranged husband, […]

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