On Thursday, new information was revealed regarding the May 24 disappearance of Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos. Over the course of the investigation, bloody clothing belonging Dulos, 50, had been recovered in a trash can, but investigators were still searching for more evidence in order to fully piece together what transpired. Now, a newly-released 38-page arrest warrant provides new details that point to Dulos' estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, 51.

According to People, the warrant sheds a light on "the most thorough accounting to date" of what supposedly transpired when her suspected murder took place and provides a "detailed timeline."

Police allege that on that day in May, Fotis drove a Toyota truck, which belonged to one of his employees, to New Canaan. This coincides with recovered surveillance footage that shows the vehicle parked at 7:57 a.m. on that morning roughly 100 feet from where Jennifer's Suburban was later found.

At 8:05 a.m., additional footage shows the mother-of-five driving home in her Suburban after dropping the couple's children at school, which police believe is the "last known photograph of Jennifer alive."

"At the time this footage was recorded Dulos is believed to have been lying in wait [at her residence] for his wife to return," states the warrant, adding that "the crime and clean-up are believed to have occurred between 8:05 a.m. and 10:25 a.m."

Following the pair meeting up, police believe "a serious physical assault" took place in the garage. At the 10:25 a.m. mark, the Connecticut mom's Suburban, which was allegedly being driven by Fotis at the time, was seen leaving her street. Police also believe that he had placed her body inside the vehicle, along with other items he used in the clean-up process.

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While Fotis allegedly left his cell phone at home in his office, which was seen as an unusual move for him as he is said to have routinely carried it for business purposes, data from her device "is consistent with the phone moving from [her home] to Lapham Road." That street is where her car was eventually found abandoned, as stated in the warrant.

Pawel Gumienny, the employee that Fotis borrowed the vehicle from, said he was "shocked" to hear that his truck had been seen in New Canaan on the day of the crime. It is also said that Fotis then lied to his employee about why he had to keep the Toyota a bit longer than expected.

He later told Gumienny to get rid of his vehicle's seats as he was afraid police could find "a hair" that belonged to his estranged wife, but the employee disregarded his wishes and handed them over to investigators. After doing so, they recovered a "bloodlike substance" that had Jennifer's DNA on the seat.

Additionally, Fotis allegedly penned an alibi "script" of what to tell police regarding the day in question, which they later recovered at his residence shortly after her disappearance.

As for where the case stands at the moment, Fotis's girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, turned herself in to police on Thursday. Fotis was arrested and charged with tampering with evidence but was released on $500,000 bond.

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