Ana Walshe – update: Police logs show employer reported Cohasset mom missing before conman husband Brian

Missing mother Ana Walshe was first reported missing by her employer and not her convicted conman husband Brian Walshe, according to police logs. A Cohasset Police log,

seen by Boston25News, reveals that a man who identified himself as head of security at real estate company Tishman Speyer first alerted authorities to Ms Walshe’s disappearance on

4 January. The caller said that he had already contacted Mr Walshe to inquire about her whereabouts and learned that he had not reported his wife missing. At his

arraignment last week, Mr Walshe’s attorney said that he had alerted his wife’s employer to her disappearance. Ms Walshe, 39, was last seen in the early hours of 1 January

at her home in Cohasset, Massachusetts and was reported missing on 4 January. Mr Walshe, a convicted arts fraudster, claims he last saw her when she left for the airport on

New Year’s Day. He was arrested on 8 January and charged with hindering the police investigation into her disappearance. A huge search is underway, with investigators

finding a bloodied knife in the basement of the couple’s home and blood, a hatchet and a hacksaw in a nearby trash site. Key Points What is Brian

Walshe charged with?Blood and knife found in family homeAna Walshe asked for mother’s help a week before disappearanceBrian Walshe’s history of art fraud

Mystery over missing mom Ana Walshe’s ‘big surprise’ for New Year after she sold big assets for cash 11:02 , Bevan Hurley Three days

before Ana Walshe was reported missing, she and her husband Brian told their longterm tenants they were abruptly selling their rental property.