Cohasset police are searching for Ana Walshe, who has been missing since early.
What Happened to Ana Walshe?
Ana Walshe, 39, reportedly spent New Year’s Eve with her husband and three children at their Cohasset home. Walshe was supposed to leave for Logan Airport at 4:30 a.m. on January 1 to travel to her second home in the northwest area of Washington, DC, according to the Cohasset Police Chief. Walshe and her family live in Cohasset, but she spends her work weeks in Washington, D.C. Her husband could not speak with WBZ since he is caring for their three tiny children. Still, friends and relatives worldwide are increasingly concerned about her safe return.
“We’re doing anything and everything, turning the world over to find her,” Ana’s friend in Washington, DC, Alissa Kirby, said. Concerns about her location and well-being increase from Cohasset to the nation’s capital. Her main priority and greatest passion are her two young sons in Massachusetts. In Washington, DC, she works as a commercial real estate professional.
Ana Walshe’s Identification:
Walshe is 5’2″ and weighs 115 pounds. Her skin is olive, her eyes are brown, and her hair is brown. Her speaking has an Eastern European accent. Authorities are now requesting public assistance. If anyone has information on her whereabouts, contact Harrison Schmidt, a police investigator, at 781-383-1055 x6108 or by email at [email protected]. There are an unlimited number of reasons why people vanish. Police are aware that disappearances are not usually the result of criminal behaviour. However, it is easy to find cases when vanishing appears, at best, unlikely. Alternatively, untrustworthy.
Statement from Ana Walshe Loved Ones:
Abdulla Almutairi, a friend of hers, stated, “That was the last text that was read. “Everything else has yet to be delivered.” “I thought that was amusing because Ana is active on Instagram. On her social media posts and stories. I didn’t see any photographs from her trip.” Walshe works as a general manager for the property business Tishman Speyer in Washington, DC, where Almutairi lives during the week. Kirby said, “We discovered she was gone officially yesterday (Wednesday). We suspected something on Tuesday.” Friends and relatives describe her as vibrant, magnetic, curious, and caring. Her abrupt absence was utterly unexpected.