New Canaan Police Department As the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos looms, the woman police believe helped cover up a murder with the Connecticut mom’s estranged husband said her biggest mistake was “to have trusted him.”

Friends and family of Jennifer said Friday they are still “haunted” by her mysterious disappearance and murder a year ago. The 50-year-old mom was last seen on May 24, 2019, dropping her five kids off at school. Authorities later found her car abandoned on a New Canaan road “in reverse” with its “lights on,” according to the arrest warrant.

Luxury homebuilder Fotis Dulos, her 52-year-old estranged husband, was charged in January with capital murder, murder, and kidnapping in relation to a crime that garnered national headlines. Weeks later, Dulos died in a New York City hospital after attempting suicide at his Farmington home, where authorities found him unresponsive and “sitting in his vehicle” in the garage with “obvious signs of medical distress.”

Authorities have never found Jennifer’s body, and they have said there are “indications” she is not alive. The pair were going through a bitter divorce at the time.

“We miss Jennifer beyond words,” Carrie Luft, a spokesperson for family and friends of Jennifer Dulos, said in a statement to The Daily Beast. “The ache of her absence doesn’t go away. Countless questions remain unanswered. The brutality and inhumanity of her death and disappearance continue to haunt us, without subsiding.”

The statement, released two days before the one-year anniversary of Jennifer’s disappearance, said that […]

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