The estranged husband of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos went out for a jog Wednesday morning, a day after he was sprung from jail on $500,000 bail.
Wearing a T-shirt, shorts, baseball cap and headphones, Fotis Dulos ran past reporters along Deercliff Road in Farmington, WTNH News 8 reported.
The heavily wooded road is near the sprawling $4.3 million mansion where he lived with Jennifer and their five children before she filed for divorce in 2017, according to the Connecticut Post.
Fotis, a real-estate developer, had been behind bars at the Bridgeport Correctional Center since his arrest June 1 in connection with Jennifer’s disappearance.
He and girlfriend Michelle Troconis are charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution after investigators found they allegedly dumped trash bags filled with items soaked with Jennifer’s blood.
Jennifer, 50, was last seen May 24 after dropping her kids, who range in age from 8 to 13, off at school.
Her family released a statement late Wednesday night.
“As the news cycle propels the story of Jennifer’s disappearance forward, we must not lose sight of the enormous human cost of this tragedy: five young children have not seen their mother in 18 days,” the statement said.
“Jennifer’s family, friends, and above all her children are living in limbo — missing her embrace, her lilting laugh, her bedtime backrubs, her gentle strength. Please know that the children are safe and loved and supported in every respect. But more than anything in the world, they long to know where their mother is.”
Jennifer’s mom Gloria Farber has filed for custody of the children.
In court Tuesday, prosecutors revealed that Fotis’ DNA was found mixed with Jennifer’s blood in her home in New Canaan.
Additional reporting by Kevin Sheehan