Investigators involved in the case of missing Connecticut mom, Jennifer Dulos, have started an emergency search of the property of her estranged husband, Fortis Dulos. While the evidence that police are searching for remains unknown at this time, it comes nearly two weeks after Jennifer went missing.

Jennifer, 50, who is a mother of five, was last seen when she dropped her children off at school on May 24, according to police. She is suspected to have been driving a 2017 black Chevrolet Suburban, which police have indicated was found at a park in New Canaan, Connecticut.

The home of Fortis is a six-bedroom, 15,000 square foot house that has been listed for sale for $4.35 million. Jennifer and Fortis divorced in 2017, and she moved to a $2.8 million home in Canaan, Radar Online reported.

When investigators searched Jennifer’s home, they found blood stains, which they believe are from a “serious physical assault” that happened in her garage as well as clothes and sponges that were found in trash cans at allocation in Hartford that had Jennifer’s blood on it, according to the arrest warrant.

Surveillance camera footage captured a man disposing of the trash bags at the location, which appears to be Fortis, 51, as well as a woman that matches the description of Michelle Troconis, 44, the live-in girlfriend of Fortis, the arrest warrant said.

Both Fortis and Michelle were arrested on Saturday and charged with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and hindering prosecution. They are slated to appear in court on Tuesday. Prosecutors in the case have said more charges are likely, ABC News reported.

Michelle posted a $500,000 bond almost immediately after her arrest while Fortis remains in jail, according to Radar Online. Jennifer’s mother has also filed for custody of Jennifer’s children.