GROSSE POINTE Park, Mich. (WXYZ) - Police sources are telling 7 Action News that the story Bob Bashara told them about the night his wife disappeared is unfolding.
Bob Bashara reported his wife missing at around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday. He has maintained that he had no contact with her that night.
"I got home about five after 8:00 and she wasn't around and I relaxed and figured she was out running an errand," Bob Bashara explained to 7 Action News on Thursday.
"As 9:00 and 9:30 approached, I became much more concerned and I got more people involved," he said. "I called my kids to see if they had heard from her and they hadn't. I had been calling her cell phone to find out and then as time got on I involved the police because I was concerned there might be something wrong," Bashara said.
Sources are telling 7 Action News that investigators now believe Bashara did have some contact with his wife on Tuesday night. However, they are not saying what sort of contact the two might have had.
Jane Bashara's body was found inside her Mercedes-Benz SUV, parked in an alley in Detroit. Monday, a number of new details emerged including information about what was found with Bashara's body in her vehicle .
Police have said that Bashara is the only person of interest in the case. That revelation came after sources told 7 Action News that Bashara failed a polygraph test.