Police searched the landfill to rule it out as a possible location for the Navins.
A police source said that the Navins’ son worked for the family business, J & J Refuse.
State police have been searching the landfill the week of Aug. 18 in connection to the case of Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin, who disappeared from their Easton home Aug. 4, shortly after moving from Westport, state police said.
On Sunday, August 9, Easton police found the couple’s vehicle in a Westport commuter lot off of exit 42 on the Merritt Parkway.
A second source told NBC Connecticut the couple’s son, Kyle Navin, has been named a person of interest in his parents’ disappearance.
That was the last anyone heard from Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin.
State Police were also in Easton on Thursday, combing fields at the end of Sunset Road, which abuts a farm. He told police that he believed Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin had gone out to dinner after visiting with him on August 4. The company’s website lists Jeffrey Navin as the president and Kyle Navin as its operations manager.
“Kyle stated that he has a broken back and is unable to work right now”, policesaid.
State court records show Jeffrey Navin was $2.2 million in debt as of December in connection with a mortgage on a Guilford home that has been in foreclosure since 2007.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Connecticut State Police at 860-685-8190.
The search for missing couple Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin has led State Police to a search of a landfill in Putnam.
Easton police had said that Kyle Navin was the last person known to have seen his parents.
The couple lived in Weston since 1994, but sold their home in June, and have since been living in a rental home in Easton. All calls will be kept confidential.
Messages left with Kyle Navin’s neighbors by The News were not returned Friday evening. He also did not return an email seeking comment.