(CNN) — Nearly five years after Connecticut mother Jennifer Dulos went missing, her husband’s ex-girlfriend was found guilty Friday of conspiring to murder the mother of five.

Michelle Troconis was also found guilty of one count of hindering prosecution, two counts of conspiracy to commit tampering with physical evidence, and two counts of tampering with physical evidence.

Six jurors heard two hours of closing arguments from the state prosecutor and defense attorney at a Stamford Superior Courtroom on Tuesday before reaching a verdict.

Troconis had dated Jennifer’s estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, who was charged with his wife’s murder but died by an apparent suicide in January 2020 before he went to trial. Troconis was charged with conspiracy to commit murder in 2020 among other charges and pleaded not guilty.

Jennifer Dulos was last seen in May 2019 after dropping her children off at school. Friends reported her missing after she failed to show up for appointments and had no communication with them for 10 hours. She was in the middle of a contentious divorce and custody battle with Fotis Dulos at the time of her disappearance, CNN has previously reported.

Despite her body never being found, Dulos was officially pronounced dead through a declaration of death by a Connecticut judge in October 2023, a court document shows. She likely suffered a combination of “traumatic, blunt-force injuries,” according to the state’s chief medical examiner.

Authorities found a bloodlike stain in three places on her vehicle, which was parked in her garage in New Canaan. Her DNA was found in the stains and on the garage wall and door.

Both Fotis Dulos and Troconis were previously arrested on suspicion of evidence tampering in the disappearance. They pleaded not guilty to evidence tampering after investigators found a “bloodlike substance” with Jennifer Dulos’ DNA in a truck he had access to the day she disappeared.

Jennifer Dulos had told officials she was afraid of him before her disappearance, according to court documents obtained by CNN.

“I know that filing for divorce and filing this motion will enrage him,” she said, according to the documents. “I know he will retaliate by trying to harm me in some way.”

This story has been updated with additional information.

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