Transcript for Suspect in missing mom case meets with investigators
We have new developments in the search for that missing Connecticut mom. Her estranged husband's girlfriend has met with investigators and the state's attorney. ABC's whit Johnson is in Stamford, Connecticut, with the latest. Good morning, whit. Reporter: Good morning to you. The criminal investigation now ramping up after the arrest of Jennifer dulos' estranged husband accused of discarding bloodstained evidence. Police say they received more than 225 tips and 70 video clips from homes and businesses. Still no sign of the missing mom. This morning, the search is intensifying for 50-year-old Connecticut mother of five Jennifer dulos two weeks after she disappeared. ABC news has confirmed that Michelle troconis, the girlfriend of dulos' estranged husband fotis met with detectives and her lawyer Thursday afternoon. Troconis out on bail charged with evidence tampering related to the case. Do you know where she is? You tend to look at people who may be a little less culpable. You want to approach them first. Reporter: Investigators are now revisiting two key locations searching for evidence at fotis' mansion and a garbage incinerator. If you think about somebody committing a murder and you need to find out first of all where they committed it. Reporter: Jennifer and fotis dulos had been embroiled in a bitter custody battle since she filed for divorce in June 2017. And just four days after she went missing, fotis filed for full custody of the children. Where is Jennifer? Reporter: This morning motor 'tis remains behind bars. Police say footage shows people matching the descriptions of him and troconis throwing away multiple garbage bags containing items that later tested positive for Jennifer's blood. Our ABC affiliate WTNH is reporting that fotis dulos' divorce attorney has asked to be withdrawn from the case. Both dulos and troconis are expected back here in court next Michael.
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