Jennifer Farber Dulos was last seen a year ago.(Courtesy of Farber family) The mystery of missing mom Jennifer Farber Dulos’ allegedly violent fate continues to “haunt” her family a year after she vanished in Connecticut.

“We miss Jennifer beyond words. The ache of her absence doesn’t go away,” friend and family spokeswoman Carrie Luft said in a new statement shared with the Daily News.

“Countless questions remain unanswered. The brutality and inhumanity of her death and disappearance continue to haunt us, without subsiding,” the statement released Friday said.

Farber Dulos was last seen alive dropping her five kids off at their school in New Canaan the Friday before the Memorial Day weekend.

Her estranged husband Fotis Dulos was charged with her murder Jan. 7 and died three weeks later after he was found responsive in his Farmington garage amid a suicide bid.

Arrest and search warrant affidavits allege Fotis attacked Jennifer in her New Canaan home that morning, May 24, amid a bitter divorce and custody battle.

Investigators say blood evidence in the garage points to a “serious physical assault” and that Fotis was seen hours later dumping items stained with Jennifer’s blood in random receptacles around Hartford.Jennifer’s blood also was found on a seat that Fotis ordered removed from the borrowed truck he was driving the day she vanished.“We can see it, and measure it, in the growth of her children, who are taller, stronger, wiser, and more like their mom every day,” the statement said. “And we continue to see and sense her […]

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