Ana Walshe, the mother of missing Massachusetts, was seen removing items from her home by investigators on Sunday.
Ana Walsh, 39, disappeared on New Year’s Day at Boston’s Logan International Airport while she was due to board a flight to Washington. However, he never boarded the flight and it is not known if he took a rideshare.
He was on his way to DC to work at his real estate job. Walshe originally planned to fly to D.C. on Tuesday, but left early because of “some emergency” at work, Cohasset police said.
Walshe was reported missing Wednesday by her husband Brian and her employer.
THE HUSBAND of missing Massachusetts mother ANA WALSHE has been arrested on charges of “misleading a police investigation.”
Photos and video taken by the Walsh home on Sunday show investigators taking appliances from inside the home and removing items from the residence. It is unclear what exactly was taken from the home.
investigators have reached out to Cohasset Police and the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office for more information about what they took from the home.
“She is a loving and devoted wife and mother of three beautiful boys,” Alyssa Kirby, listed as another friend of Walsh’s, told WCVB.
According to police, Walshe has not had a digital footprint for the past week and her phone has been turned off since New Year’s Day.
Also Sunday, Walshe’s husband was arrested and charged with mishandling a police investigation, according to the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office.
Brian Walsh, 46, was arrested and will be arraigned Monday in Quincy District Court.
This isn’t Brian Walsh’s first brush with the law. He pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Boston in 2021 after being arrested for selling two fake Andy Warhol paintings that were sold to a South Korean buyer for $80,000 several years ago, federal prosecutors said.
Police say the case is unrelated to Ana Walshe’s disappearance.
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About two dozen state troopers and three K9 teams searched a wooded area near Walsh’s home Friday and Saturday before calling off the search. Cohasset Police and Massachusetts State Police returned to the home early Sunday morning.
Fox News’ Paul Best contributed to this report.