Statement by First Selectman on Jennifer Dulos Investigation
First Selectman Kevin Moynihan released the following statement on the 90-day anniversary of the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos:

“As the criminal investigation by the New Canaan Police Department and the State Police into the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos continues, I want to assure the family and friends of Jennifer that the townspeople of New Canaan are keeping Jennifer and her family in our hearts and that we remain committed to seeking justice for Jennifer.

I have been in touch with a representative of Jennifer's family, Carrie Luft, who asked me to release the following statement on behalf of Jennifer's family and friends:


'The terrible reality is that Jennifer is still missing.  Jennifer's family and friends want the people of New Canaan to know how much we appreciate the ongoing efforts and actions of the New Canaan Police and the greater New Canaan community: candles, bracelets, flyers and more.  We thank each and every one of you who is helping to keep the focus on bringing justice for Jennifer.Your support helps sustain us.'

As the school year starts, families in New Canaan may feel the need for support and/or counseling services, especially for children having concerns about continued news reports about Jennifer's disappearance.  Residents may contact the Town's Human Services Department staff at 203-594-3079 or by emailing Carol.McDonald@newcanaanct.gov for referral to support services, andfamilies and students are encouraged to reach out to their school counselors and/or principals with any questions or concerns. 

In addition, New Canaan CARES, our local non-profit family services and education organization, has many resources on their website to help families navigate difficult issues at https://newcanaancares.org/resources. CARES can also refer residents to available support services by contacting Executive Director Ellen Brezovsky
at 203-966-7862 or emailing caresinfo@newcanaancares.org"