Connecticut mother Jennifer Dulos has now been missing for over two months, but on Wednesday new reports emerged that police have located the shirt that Dulos was last seen wearing. The Hartford Courant reports that it was stained with her blood and found in a trash can on Albany Avenue in Hartford.

The Vineyard Vines t-shirt was also found with her bra and cleaning supplies, such as sponges and mops, sources say. They were recovered at the same location inside a black contractor bag and found only days after the mother of five was last seen on May 24.

In addition to the recovered items, her blood mixed with the DNA of her estranged husband was reportedly found on a sink inside her residence.

Police also revealed that they have a video showing Dulos' husband, Fotis Dulos, throwing several bags into different trash cans and dumpsters at 7 p.m. on the day she disappeared. As of now, an official account of what happened to the missing mom has not been publicly released.

According to CNN, Dulos, 50, was last seen in her 2017 Chevrolet Suburban in New Canaan. The vehicle was eventually found approximately three miles from the house she lived in with her five children. Court records show that she had filed for divorce from Dulos prior to her disappearance.

Attorney Norm Pattis, who is representing Fotis Dulos, has confirmed that prosecutors "recently turned over discovery documents to him that include 26 CDs showing footage of the Albany Avenue trash dump," according to the Hartford Courant. He also revealed that the State has alleged that her blood was "in one or more bags," which he said was "far more troubling than an item of clothing."

On Tuesday, Dulos' mother asked a Superior Court judge for sole custody of Jennifer's five children, reports CBS News. She has been taking care of them in New York since her daughter's disapperance.

At this time, Dulos and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, have been charged with hindering prosecution and tampering with evidence. Both have pleaded not guilty. The pair posted $500,000 bail and were released in June. Dulos' next court appearance is scheduled for Aug. 9 in Stamford Superior Court.

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