Fortis Dulos, the estranged husband of missing Connecticut mom, Jennifer Dulos, wants the police to return his belongings after they seized it as part of their investigation. Fortis was arrested on charges of tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution in connection with Jennifer’s alleged murder.

Fortis’ legal team filed a motion that requested the police return his Ford Raptor pickup truck, Chevy Suburban, Jeep Cherokee, two cellphones, several computers, a server, hard drive, and two external drives.

The motion also requested that the police “preserve all documents, audio or visual recordings, including all tapes, transcriptions or other recordings of all telephone calls” they have gathered in Jennifer’s case.

“The defendant needs access to it for practical reasons and in order to mount his defense,” according to the motion filed by attorney Norm Pattis’ law firm on behalf of Fortis.

Since his arrest, Fortis has returned to work at his firm, the Fore Group, where Pattis told WFSB, "People aren’t buying his properties right now, or if they are, they’re offering to purchase them at far lower rates and he’s not interested. So, he’s back at work and trying to keep his business afloat amid tremendous public hostility.”

Fortis, and his girlfriend Michelle Troconis, were set free on a $500,000 bond each, and fitted with GPS monitoring devices. Fortis’ next court date is Aug. 2, while Troconis will appear in court on July 18.

Jennifer was last seen on May 24 when she dropped her five children off at school. She was going through a contentious custody battle with Fortis.

Investigators in the case have ruled Jennifer’s disappearance a murder case as they have found blood evidence in the garage of her home as well as on a faucet inside her kitchen that was mixed with Fortis’ DNA.

Fortis was also seen with Troconis throwing garbage bags into more than 30 dumpsters in Hartford on surveillance video. Warrants have indicated the garbage bags had contents with Jennifer’s blood in them.

Police In this representative photo, police cruisers respond as demonstrators march in protest outside the Ferguson Police Department in Ferguson, Missouri, Nov. 26, 2014. Photo: Michael B. Thomas/AFP/Getty Images