Ana Walshe

Last Video Footage: Mother of 3 vanishes after last being seen on New Year’s Day

Massachusetts mother Ana Walshe, 39, goes missing, last seen New Year’s Day. Cohasset Police Department in Massachusetts seeking help after 39-year-old mother vanishes.

A Massachusetts woman described by a friend as being a “loving and loyal wife and mother of three beautiful boys” has now vanished after leaving her home on New Year’s Day, police and reports say.

Investigators have been told that Ana Walshe, 39, of Cohasset, left her home around 4 a.m. on New Year’s Day to get into a rideshare to catch a flight to Washington, D.C., to work at her job at a real estate company, Cohasset Police Chief William Quigley said to reporters Friday. However, detectives confirmed she never got on a plane this week and searches of her homes in Cohasset with a K-9 unit and in Washington, D.C., have turned up no signs of her.

“Everyone that knows and loves Ana — we just want her home safely,” Evan Turell, a friend of Walshe’s who used to work with her at a hotel in Boston, told Fox News Digital on Friday.

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“Her husband and her boys were someone she talked to every single day and the fact that she hasn’t been in touch with them is concerning and it’s not like her to not be in touch with anyone. It’s just really scary,” Turell said, noting that she last spoke with Walshe before the holidays and viewed her as a mentor.

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“She’s a loving and loyal wife and mother of three beautiful boys,” Alissa Kirby, identified as another friend of Walshe, said in an interview with WCVB.

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A LinkedIn profile belonging to Walshe listed her as working for Tishman Speyer.

“We are actively assisting the local authorities in their ongoing search for our beloved colleague, Ana, and are praying for her safe return,” the company told Fox News Digital.

Quigley said that at this time, Walshe’s disappearance is being treated as a missing persons case and there is “nothing to support anything suspicious or criminal.”

Her husband, Brian Walshe, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Boston in 2021 after being arrested a few years earlier for selling two fake Andy Warhol paintings to a South Korean buyer for $80,000, federal prosecutors say.