- Associated Press - Monday, March 2, 2020

STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) - Police are still chasing leads to find a missing Connecticut mother of five, said the state’s top prosecutor.

Chief State’s Attorney Richard Colangelo Jr. said police are still searching for Jennifer Dulos, 50, who was last seen dropping her children off at school on May 24, the Connecticut Post reported on Monday.

Her estranged husband Fotis Dulos was charged with her murder but denied any role in her disappearance. He died Jan. 30 after attempting suicide two days earlier.

“You never give up,” Colangelo said. “If I know these officers, they will never give up looking for her.”

Colangelo said he will file Tuesday to dismiss each of the charges against Fotis Dulos. The gag order on police, attorneys and witnesses in the case will likely be lifted after he files. The state will have 13 months to refile the charges or they will be dismissed.



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