Ana Walshe: Massachusetts Police Ends Ground Investigation into Missing Mother of Three

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Massachusetts police have completed a ground investigation into Ana Walshe, a mother of three who was reported missing on Jan. 4.

In a joint statement, the Cohasset Police Department and the Massachusetts State Police said the ground investigation of evidence related to the mother’s disappearance “has yielded negative results for the second consecutive day.”

Police also said the fire at Walshe’s former home was “coincidental”.

“The ground investigation by Massachusetts State Troops and Cohasset Police into Ana Walshe or evidence related to her disappearance has been completed,” the law enforcement agencies said in a statement. “Twenty troopers from the MSP Special Emergency Response Team, a specialized unit trained in search and rescue, as well as three K-9 teams and the state police air wing searched wooded areas near Ms. Walshe’s home with negative results for the second consecutive year. day.

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Ana Walshe, 39, was last seen at her home in Cohasset, Massachusetts, shortly after midnight on Jan. 1. Authorities are turning to the public for help in locating her.
(Facebook/Ana Walshe)

“State Police divers also searched a stream and pool with negative results. The ground investigation will not resume unless police develop new information that warrants it.”

Walshe was last seen on New Year’s Day when she was reportedly expected to use a ride-sharing service Logan International Airport in Boston to board a flight to Washington, D.C., police said. Her cell phone has been switched off since the disappearance, according to police, who said she left no digital footprint.

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The mother did not make it to the airport and was reported missing by her employer, Tishman Speyer, and her family.

During an interview on TBEN & Friends Weekend, Cohasset Police Chief William Quigley said detectives are going to Washington, D.C. to conduct interviews and follow up on potential leads.

The back of the house at 516 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy in Cohasset, Massachusetts, Friday, January 6, 2023. The house belongs to Ana Walshe, who was reported missing, last seen on New Year's Day.

The back of the house at 516 Chief Justice Cushing Hwy in Cohasset, Massachusetts, Friday, January 6, 2023. The house belongs to Ana Walshe, who was reported missing, last seen on New Year’s Day.
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“We have more questions than answers,” Quigley said.

The police chief added that there is “nothing suspicious or criminal” and said Walshe’s disappearance is being treated as a missing person case.

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A view of Ana Walshe's home in Washington, DC, Friday, January 7, 2023. Walshe has been reported missing.

A view of Ana Walshe’s home in Washington, DC, Friday, January 7, 2023. Walshe has been reported missing.
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Alissa Kirby, who told WCVB she is a friend of Walshe’s, said she is concerned.

“She is a loving and loyal wife and mother of three beautiful boys,” Kirby said.

TBEN News’s Chris Eberhart and Molly Line contributed to this report.