Connecticut State Police report that Skeletal remains were found in a wooded area by a person walking their dog along Campville Road around 3 p.m. Sunday near the Harwinton and Northfield town line. The Chief Medical Examiner has transported the remains to the office for additional examination.
It was well known that Fotis Dulos often traveled down Route 8 when traveling from Farmington to Waterbury on business.
Fotis Dulos, a Connecticut real estate developer died at a New York City hospital two days after attempting suicide at his home. Dulos, 52, was arrested and charged with capital murder, and kidnapping in connection with the disappearance of his wife, Jennifer. The Duloses had five children together and were involved in a contentious and drawn-out divorce and child custody battle when she disappeared in May 2019.
Dulos attempted suicide at his home on the day he was to surrender to authorities. Jennifer Dulos’ body has not been found. Could Fotis Dulos have dumped his estranged wife’s body near the Harwinton/Northfield border? Time will soon tell. As soon as the medical examiner’s finding are released, I will post and update.
Below are is a local news article and links related to the Dulos case.
Police: Skeletal remains found in woods near Harwinton/Northfield border
HARWINTON — Skeletal remains were found in the woods by a person walking their dog along Campville Road over the weekend, according to Connecticut State Police.
Around 3 p.m. Sunday, Troop L in Litchfield was contacted by an individual who reported finding apparent skeletal remains while walking their dog in the woods in the area of Campville Road on the Harwinton and Northfield town line, state police said.
Troopers that responded on the call found the remains in a wooded area, about 100 feet off the road, police said.
Western District Major Crime Squad detectives, state police search and rescue crews and the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection responded to the scene to help with a detailed search in the area, state police said.
Personnel from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner also responded to transport the remains to the office for additional examination.
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