Authorities concluded a floor seek for Ana Walshe, a Cohasset mom of three who vanished per week in the past, on New Year’s Day, a State Police spokesman stated.
Police searched two extra areas on Saturday, Cohasset Police spokesman Justin Shrair stated, together with with the assistance of police Okay-9s. The day’s operations wrapped up shortly after 5 p.m., with no plans to return on Sunday.
“The ground search by Massachusetts state troopers and Cohasset police officers for Ana Walshe or evidence related to her disappearance is concluding,” State Police spokesman David Procopio stated in a joint assertion with Cohasset Police.
“Twenty troopers from the MSP Special Emergency Response Team, a specialized unit trained in search and rescue teams, as well as three K-9 teams and the State Police Air Wing searched a wooded area near Ms. Walshe’s home with negative results for the second straight day.”
State Police divers additionally searched a small stream and pool, however didn’t recuperate a physique, the assertion stated.
“Simultaneously, State Police and Cohasset Police detectives continue to undertake various investigative actions to determine Ms. Walshe’s whereabouts,” Procopio stated.
David Traub, spokesman for the Norfolk District Attorney’s workplace, stated this stays a lacking particular person case.
The state hearth marshal’s workplace stated Cohasset and state investigators have decided the fireplace that occurred at Walshe’s former house, 725 Jerusalem Road, on Friday was “not suspicious.”
“The fire was accidental and originated in the area of some damaged piping connected to a natural gas fireplace insert,” stated Jake Wark, spokesman for the state hearth marshal’s workplace, including that home-heating tools is the second-leading explanation for residential fires in Massachusetts.
The 4 present residents of the house, which was bought from Walshe and her husband in March 2022 for $1.38 million, weren’t injured within the two-alarm hearth.
Any info on Walshe’s whereabouts needs to be directed to [email protected], Shrair stated. On Friday, the division additionally directed tricks to Det. Harrison Schmidt at (781) 383-1055, extension 6108, or by e-mail at [email protected]
Shrair stated the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department additionally continued to go looking down there, the place Walshe, 39, works as a regional supervisor for Tishman Speyer, an actual property developer and property supervisor, in accordance with her LinkedIn web page.
Cohasset Police Chief William Quigley stated that she commutes to D.C., the place she maintains a townhouse and a automobile, a number of instances a month for work so it wasn’t uncommon for her to have used a rideshare service at 4 a.m. on Jan. 1 to Logan International Airport for a flight to Reagan International Airport in D.C.
However, he stated at a Friday morning information convention, she didn’t board a airplane that morning and his workplace is unable to substantiate that she received right into a rideshare car in any respect.
She was reported lacking Wednesday by her husband and her workplace, Quigley stated.
Walshe is 5-foot-2 and weighs 115 kilos, in accordance with police. She additionally has brown hair and eyes and an olive complexion. She is initially from Serbia, the Herald has reported, and graduated from the University of Belgrade there.
Reporter Flint McColgan contributed to this report.