Employee drove pickup owned by Jennifer Dulos’ husband the day she went lacking

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A brand new twist emerged Thursday within the case of lacking Connecticut mother Jennifer Dulos.

A truck owned by her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, was in her city of New Canaan the day she disappeared nearly three weeks in the past — however he wasn’t behind the wheel, a brand new report revealed.

As a substitute, one of many real-estate developer’s staff was utilizing the black Ford F-150 Raptor — whereas Fotis was driving the employee’s truck, law-enforcement sources informed the Hartford Courant.

Later that day, the employee introduced the pickup again to Fotis’ dwelling in Farmington and retrieved his personal experience, sources informed the paper.

That night, Fotis and his gal pal, Michelle Troconis, have been allegedly seen in the identical Raptor dumping baggage containing objects splattered with Jennifer’s blood in roadside rubbish cans in Hartford.

Police have seized each automobiles, together with the unidentified employee’s cellphone and laptop — though the person isn’t thought of a suspect in Jennifer’s disappearance, sources informed the paper.

Michelle C. Troconis
Michelle C. TroconisAP

The information emerged as Fotis’ legal professional claimed in a radio interview that Troconis has been dominated out by police as a suspect of any “foul play” after taking a polygraph take a look at and providing an alibi.

“My understanding is she’s taken a polygraph examination on the query of whether or not she had any information of any foul play or disposal of proof,” legal professional Norm Pattis informed WPLR.

Sources informed the Courant that cops know she wasn’t in New Canaan when Jennifer disappeared Could 24, and she or he informed them she didn’t know what was within the rubbish baggage Fotis allegedly disposed of.

Troconis has been talking with investigators within the case, however Pattis stated he doesn’t suppose she’s given them “something of worth.”

New Canaan police declined to remark.

Troconis’ legal professional didn’t return a request for remark.

Extra reporting by Kevin Sheehan