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Timeline of Ana Walshe Cohasset disappearance case


Nearly each day of the new year has brought a fresh twist in the strange disappearance of Cohasset’s Ana Walshe.

Here’s how it’s shaped up, according to police reports:

Jan. 1

Ana Walshe is supposed to call a ride to the airport and head down to Washington, D.C., but police say that never happens — and no one has reported seeing her since. Her husband, Brian Walshe, says he took a trip to his mother’s in Swampscott to run errands, but security footage doesn’t corroborate that, according to cops.

Jan. 2

Brian Walshe takes a trip to Home Depot, where he buys $450 of cleaning supplies in a trip he is accused of misleading police about.

Jan. 3

Ana Walshe had a plane ticket for a flight she didn’t take.

Jan. 4

Walshe is reported missing when she never shows up to work.

Jan. 5

Brian Walshe is interviewed by police, and cops seek the public’s help in finding Ana Walshe.

Jan. 6

Police respond to the home the Walshes recently moved out of for a house fire. Authorities say it’s unrelated, and the investigation continues around the current home.

Jan. 7

Ground searches continue and conclude in Cohasset with nothing found, though they’d resume on Monday.

Jan. 8

Authorities announce Brian Walshe’s arrest on charges of misleading cops about where he was Jan. 1 and 2. They also search the Walshe home.

Jan. 9

Brian Walshe is held on $500,000 bail at his arraignment when authorities report finding blood and a damaged, bloody knife in the Walshes’ home.

COHASSETT, MA - January 6: Firefighters battle a fire at the former home of missing Cohasset mom, Ana Walshe at 725 Jerusalem Road on January 6, 2023 in Cohasset, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Matt Stone/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)
Firefighters battle a fire at the former home of missing Cohasset mom, Ana Walshe, at 725 Jerusalem Road in the town on Friday. (Matt Stone/Boston Herald)


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