Searching 80 Mountain Spring Road in Farmington, Conn.
State police returned with an excavator on Wednesday to a property once owned by Fotis Dulos, charged in the killing and disappearance of his wife after she failed to appear for work on May 24, 2019. Authorities searched this Mountain Spring Road property due to information provided by Bob Perry – known in New Hampshire as “the Bone Finder”. Bob identified five areas on this Mountain Spring Road property which may have something to do with this case.
Investigators reportedly received permission from People’s United Bank, who own both properties owned by Fotis Dulos’ home building company and his home mortgage loan. A foreclosure sale for both homes is scheduled for September; however, investigators were given access to search the properties prior to transfer of ownership.
At 80 Mountain Spring Rd is a Colonial-style single family house built in 1959 that boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and an average listing price for similar properties at $286,810.
Fotis Dulos lived at 4 Jefferson Crossing and this home’s location on Mountain Spring Road is only minutes from where his partner lived, as well as within driving distance of West Hartford reservoirs that have been thoroughly searched during their search for Jennifer Dulos. According to investigators, on the day she vanished he visited this Mountain Spring Road property twice and his cell phone pinged nearby on two separate occasions.
This property is located a few miles from the intersection of Rte 4 and Farmington River, close to several amenities such as Farmington Historic District, Town of Farmington Open Space and Farmington River State Access Area. With a Walk Score rating of 12 out of 100 it makes an excellent Car-Dependent neighborhood choice.