Jennifer Dulos vigil to be held Sunday evening
Police have conducted searches in Dulos’ New Canaan neighborhood, Waveny Park — where her Suburban Chevrolet was found — as well as Pound Ridge, N.Y., where the Hartford Courant reported there is a home associated with Dulos’ family.
According to New Canaan Police Lt. Jason Ferraro, no arrests had been made as of late Friday night.
Though Ferraro has said the case has not been classified as a homicide, a source told WFSB police are treating it as one.
A prayer vigil held for Dulos at St. Aloysius Church on Thursday night drew hundreds. Aaron Cooper, head of New Canaan Country School, which Dulos’ children attend, told the crowd the kids are safe and with family.
Many there did not know Dulos personally, and attendees represented a number of different denominations.
“We’re gathering here to pray for Jennifer, to pray for her family, to pray for those who love her, to pray for this community,” said Rev. Robert Kinnally, pastor of St. Aloysius.
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, at 111 Oenoke Ridge, will host Sunday’s vigil from 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., according to a flyer emailed to Hearst Connecticut Media. All are welcome.