Estranged Husband Goes For Jog Day After Posting $500K Bond In Missing Mom Case

Fotis Dulos, 51, of Farmington
Fotis Dulos, 51, of Farmington Photo Credit: New Canaan Police Department

Fresh out of jail, Fotis Dulos, wearing a T-shirt, shorts, headphones and GPS ankle monitor, went out for a jog early Wednesday, June 12, while K-9 dogs and police continued their search for his missing wife, Jennifer Farber Dulos.

Dulos, who is out on $500,000 bail on charges of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and hindering prosecution, ignored shouted questions from reporters as he ran along Deercliff Road in Avon, where he lives in a $4.3 million mansion, WTNH News 8 reported.

Jennifer Dulos was reported missing around 7 p.m. Friday, May 24 after failing to show up to numerous appointments. She was last seen earlier that morning dropping her children off at the New Canaan Country School.

The couple had been in the middle of a contentious divorce, and Jennifer Dulos had expressed concern for her safety, saying she was afraid of her husband in court papers. Since her disappearance, her children are being cared for by her mother, Gloria Farber, of New York City, who has filed for custody of the children.

Fotis Dulos was arrested after he was seen on video surveillance cameras throwing garbage bags into at least 30 garbage cans in a four-mile span in Hartford the night Jennifer Dulos disappeared, arrest warrants say.

Inside the recovered garbage bags, police found a sponge and clothes that contained Jennifer Dulos’ blood, the warrants said. 

Since the discovery, state police and K-9 dogs have spent days at a Hartford garbage and recycling facility combing for additional evidence. 

Jennifer Dulos' family and friends released a statement on Tuesday saying that someone out there knows where Jennifer is and urged them to come forward.

"Keep the information coming. Please help us find Jennifer," the statement said.

New Canaan police said that a tip line set up to help encourage tipsters to come forward has received 475 tips from all over the US and even from Australia. Requests for video have resulted in 80 videos being shared with us., said New Canaan Police Lt. Jason Ferraro. 

Ferraro added, that Wednesday, the Connecticut State Police Dive Team were searching a body of water located on Old Farms Road in Avon, as well as continuing their work at the garbage facility in Hartford. 

The website,, and email address, Tips can also be called into the New Canaan Police tip line at (203) 594-3544.

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