Police logs show Brian Walshe reported wife Ana missing AFTER her employer did, Internet says 'not surprised'
COHASSET, MASSACHUSETTS: A Cohasset Police log has revealed that missing mom-of-three Ana Walshe's disappearance was first bought to the police's attention by her employer, and not her husband Brian Walshe. Ana mysteriously went missing on New Year's Day and has not been heard from since.
Ana's husband, Brian Walshe, claimed his wife took a ride to Boston's Logan International Airport and has since disappeared. Cohasset Police were recently seen searching behind an apartment in Swampscott. Authorities were searching for items Brian may have disposed of during his trip. He was arrested for misleading investigators and held on $500,000 bail. A short time later, he pleaded not guilty.
The log revealed that a call requesting a well-being check was made on January 4 by a man who is allegedly a head of security at Tishman Speyer in Washington DC. It says that Tishman Speyer, Ana's employer, contacted Brian before he reported Ana missing, Boston 25 News reported. The head of security said the “company has contacted the husband” and that “he has not filed a missing person report”.
The new revelations contradict earlier reports that claimed both Brian and Ana's employer reported her missing simultaneously. Brian's attorney told the court that her client was the one who contacted Tishman Speyer about his wife being missing. According to the log, Ana’s phone last pinged on January 2nd at 3:14 am in Cohasset. It reportedly “hit the tower” on Reservoir Road in Cohasset less than a mile from where the Walshes lived at their rental home.
Social media users reacted to the new developments, with one user writing in a Facebook comment, "Not surprised. The husband was trying to hide it and act like he wasn’t worried." One wrote, "I figured as much. This S** probably would never have reported Ana missing."
"Can't they test the blood on the rug and knife to prove that it's Anas? Wouldn't that prove that it's attempt murdering/murdered and they can charge him for homicide?" one user said, to which one replied, "Ive said the sameeee thing." Another user replied, "They are testing it but it will take weeks before they get those results back. The other problem is the rug was found in a public dumpster so it’s not a slam dunk piece of evidence. I think they are going to have a hard time proving beyond a reasonable doubt that the husband put it there. And lastly there’s still no body, without a body it’s going to be hard to charge him with homicide."
During his arraignment, Brian told authorities that he stepped out to get ice cream with his son on January 2, according to prosecutors, The Sun reported. However, he was spotted on surveillance video purchasing cleaning supplies at a Home Depot in Rockland. Police reportedly found a broken knife and blood in the basement of the couple’s home, a prosecutor said, as reported by KKTV. However, it is unknown whose blood it was. In the latest developments in the case, law enforcement sources told CNN that materials including a hacksaw, torn-up cloth material, and what appears to be bloodstains have been recovered as evidence.
Meanwhile, Brian allegedly searched online for “how to dispose of a 115-pound woman’s body" in the days surrounding Ana's mysterious disappearance. He also looked up how to dismember a body, law enforcement sources said. This led investigators to suspect Ana may have been killed. Ana, who is originally from Serbia, is described as 5′ 2″ tall and weighing approximately 115 lbs. She has an eastern-European accent. Brian, who has three children aged between two and six with Ana, has not been accused of being involved in her disappearance.
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