A carpet or mat believed to be tied to Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance was left at a Hartford restaurant the day she went missing, but investigators can’t track it down

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A carpet or mat believed to be tied to Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance was left at a Hartford restaurant the day she went missing, but investigators can’t track it down

The front of Milagro’s restaurant, where a man resembling Fotis Dulos is believed to have left evidence related to the case of missing New Canaan mother Jennifer Farber Dulos. (Kassi Jackson / Hartford Courant) State police have interviewed the employees of a Hartford restaurant where a section of carpet or mat they believe is tied to the May 24 disappearance of Jennifer Farber Dulos was left the day she went missing – the second key piece of evidence investigators have been unable to track down.

Sources said police haven’t found the missing carpet or mat that they believe either was taken from the back of Farber Dulos’ Chevy Suburban or from her New Canaan home. In interviews with The Courant Wednesday, two employees of the restaurant — Milagro’s Restaurant on Albany Avenue — said state police detectives went to the restaurant shortly after Memorial Day and asked them if they had seen a man place a piece of carpet against the outside wall of the restaurant on the evening of May 24 or if they had seen anybody take it after that.

The carpet or mat was left in close proximity to where investigators said they found bags of bloody evidence […]

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