Brian Walshe reported Ana Walshe (39), missing from Cohasset, Massachusetts. Her employer also reported her as missing on the same day. According to media reports Ana disappeared three days after the New Years’ Day when she was last seen. Massachusetts law enforcement personnel currently searching for Ana are looking for her. On Sunday, the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office reported that Brian Walshe, 46-year-old, was taken into custody by police for misleading police investigations.
According to NewsCenter 5 friends, Walshe visits Washington, D.C. every week to work at Tishman Speyer, a Washington, D.C. real estate firm. She started this position last year. According to Ana’s family, Walshe was allegedly using a rideshare to get to Boston Logan International Airport for a flight to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
According to all confirmations from each carrier, Walshe was not on any plane this week. Walshe had a flight scheduled for January 3, from Boston to Washington. Quigley denied that she traveled on that flight. Walshe was also not found in the Washington Metropolitan Police Department’s search of her Washington townhouse.
Police were searching for Walshe when a fire brokeout in Walshe’s house at 725 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset. According to authorities, the house was evacuated by three people and one infant. Quigley confirmed the connection and stated that Walshe’s disappearance was possible due to the fire.
Ana’s husband was taken into care after he lied to investigators about Ana’s disappearance. Brian Walshe is scheduled to appear in Quincy District Court Monday. In 2018, Brian Walshe was charged with fraud by the US District Court for selling fake Andy Warhol artworks. After entering a guilty plea for various crimes in 2021, Walshe was sentenced to home confinement.
Ana Walshe, a 39-year-old woman hailing from Cohasset, Massachusetts, USA. She lives with her husband and their three children. Ana has two boys, ages 2-6. According to multiple media outlets, Ana Walshe stands at 5′ 2″ tall and weighs in at 115 pounds. According to the police, she has brown hair and olive skin.
According to a family member, Walshe was last seen at her Cohasset home on New Year’s Day between 4 and 5. Quigley stated that Walshe’s cell phone had been switched off since January 1, and that her credit card and debit cards were inactive since New Year’s Day.
The majority of Friday was spent by the Massachusetts State Police Special Emergency Response Team and a local police squad looking for Walshe’s location. The night ended with the search being called off. It was then resumed in the morning. 20 officers from MSP Special Emergency Response Team, an elite force in search and rescue operations and a K-9 team, searched for Walshe near Walshe’s home in the woods. However, they were unable to find her.