Just hours after she went, security video shot from behind a liquor shop shows the husband of missing Massachusetts mother-of-three Ana Walshe near a garbage.
The 47-year-old Brian Walshe is seen beside the booze store’s trash only five minutes’ walk from his mother’s Swampscott condominium, where authorities have seized six dumpsters.
The footage showing Walshe near the trash, according to sources, was found hours after his wife vanished on New Year’s Day.
The trash can is near a Whole Foods Market on Paradise Road, which has a camera nearby. Walshe told officers that he stopped there while performing errands for his mother.
Officials claim that Walshe was not seen on video taken inside the Whole Foods, and 7NEWS sources claim that the liquor shop has refused to provide the dotage to the public.
Walshe admitted to the investigators that he had shopped for his mother on New Year’s Day at the grocery and CVS, which are located very next to her house.
After pleading guilty to fraud charges, he is presently under house arrest with an ankle tag, although he is permitted to leave the home to do certain errands.
As part of the inquiry, authorities removed five dumpsters from his mother’s building and inspected their contents at a Peabody transfer station.
While at the transfer station, which contains a compactor, they checked a number of more dumpsters and found a hacksaw, hatches, fragments of a rug, used cleaning products, and bloody garbage bags.
Authorities said that they had found blood and a bloody knife that was damaged in the basement of the Walshe family’s Cohasset house.
Walshe entered a not guilty plea on Monday for misleading the investigators, but no further charges in relation to his wife’s abduction have been brought against him yet.
Friends said that there was “no hint of anything” in the hours leading up to Ana’s disappearance at the couple’s New Year’s Eve celebration.
Throughout the lunch and party, Ana had been seen sitting on a bar stool in their kitchen, messaging her pals and seemed to be in a good mood.
The couple had been living apart, with Ana travelling to their $1.4 million house in Washington, DC, for business and residing there.
When Ana relocated to the Berkshires at age 25 from Belgrade, Serbia, she started working at the Wheatleigh Hotel, where they eventually met.
After she cleaned his flat, she met Walshe, who later became her second husband after she divorced Mark Kripp.
Milanka Ljubicic, the mother of Ana, told DailyMail.com that she finds it hard to believe Walshe was involved in her daughters’ abduction.
Because her daughter had to spend so much time away in Washington, DC, and Walshe was under house arrest, she acknowledged that their marriage was under some pressure.
According to DailyMail.com, the Tishman Speyer real estate professional also served as the manager of a posh Washington, DC property where two fictitious Homeland Security officers resided.
On January 4, her employees reported her missing, but her husband failed to notify authorities.
On Monday, it came to light that Brian had looked up “how to dispose of a 115-pound woman’s corpse” online.
Officers also verified that Walshe had spent $450 on cleaning products at Home Depot; prosecutors claim that Walshe had lied to the police when he claimed not to have left the house.
It is unknown whether his wife was aware of the accusations made by his family. A friend of his father, Dr. Thomas Walshe, claims that after having a stroke, Walshe sought to influence him and was thus left out of the will.
According to court records, Walshe requested a key to the family’s $710,000 seaside home in Hull, Massachusetts.
After hours of digging through the garbage, the Norfolk District Attorney’s office verified that a “number of objects” were found at the Peabody transfer site.
They said in a statement: “Search action undertaken yesterday north of Boston resulted in the collection of a number of objects. These items will now be processed and tested to see whether they have any evidential significance to this case.”
On January 1 at about 6am, Walshe reported that his wife disappeared after driving to Boston Logan Airport.
The family home, however, shows no pickups on ride-sharing apps, and Ana’s mobile phone continued to ping there for two days.
After missing work on January 4, Ana’s office contacted the police and the case was officially declared missing.
Since then, police have searched Cohasset, a beach village, for any indication of her whereabouts.
On January 2, the day after Ana vanished, Walshe was also seen in a juice bar ordering three kid-sized smoothies and two big ones. The couple’s three boys are said to be between the ages of two and six.
Authorities assert that Walshe intentionally misled police about his and his wife’s behavior in the days and hours before his wife vanished, giving himself plenty of time to clean up a potential murder scene.
Art-swindler On Monday morning, Walshe was seen on camera exiting a Cohasset police station, where he grinned and waved at reporters.
He is under house arrest while waiting for his federal court sentence after being accused of selling two phony Andy Warhol artworks for $80,000 in 2016.
This requires him to report anywhere he goes, yet on January 2, he was seen on video leaving the home to take his kid for ice cream and then heading to Home Depot.
On Sunday night, Walshe was detained as cops were still looking for his wife, a real estate professional.
Since going missing, she hasn’t used her phone or credit cards, and she hasn’t shown up for work.
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