Police have continued the seek for Ana Walshe, the Cohasset mom of three who vanished early on New Year’s Day.
“The search continues for missing person Ana Walshe in Cohasset. Police along with our state partners the @MassStatePolice are assisting,” the Cohasset Police Department tweeted shortly after 10 a.m. Saturday.
The police are looking out two further areas at present, in accordance with division spokesman Justin Shrair, together with with the assistance of police Okay-9s.
Any info on Walshe’s whereabouts needs to be directed to [email protected], Shrair mentioned. On Friday, the division additionally directed tricks to Det. Harrison Schmidt at (781) 383-1055, extension 6108, or by e-mail at [email protected]
He added that the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department is constant the search down there, the place Walshe works as a regional supervisor for Tishman Speyer, an actual property developer and property supervisor, because the Herald beforehand reported.
Cohasset Police Chief William Quigley mentioned that she commutes to D.C., the place she maintains a townhouse and a automotive, 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 mentioned at a Friday morning information convention, she didn’t board a airplane that morning and his workplace is unable to verify that she obtained right into a rideshare car in any respect.
She was reported lacking Wednesday by her husband and Tishman Speyer, Quigley mentioned.
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.