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HomeCrimeWatch: Alleged Killer of Missing Wife and Mom Ana Walshe Arrested

Watch: Alleged Killer of Missing Wife and Mom Ana Walshe Arrested

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Ana Walshe is the Regional General Manager at Tishman Speyer, a real estate company that designs living rooms, labs, boardrooms, public spaces, offices and more.  She has been reported missing and her husband has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Investigators have been unable to confirm Brian Walshe’s report that his wife Jan. took an Uber or Lyft at 6 a.m. on New Year’s Day to board her flight from Boston to Washington, D.C. Walshe had informed police that was the last time he saw her before her disappearance.

Police reports that Ana did not use an airline ticket for Jan. 3 and did not show up to work in D.C. the next day. When she did not report for work, her company reported to the police that she was not reachable.

In addition, according to a news release from the DA’s office, Cohasset, and Massachusetts State Police “established reasonable cause” to suspect that Brian Walshe mislead police detectives when they brought him into custody to investigate his wife Ana Walshe’s disappearance.

Blood was discovered in the basement on a broken knife, and it was discovered that Brian Walshe, husband of Anne Walshe spent $450 at Home Depot on cleaning goods on surveillance video.

Saturday was the end of the search for Ana Walshe, a specialized State Police for search and rescue operations, three K-9 teams, and the State Police Air Wing looked for Walshe in the woods near his home. According to the statement, state police divers searched a small creek and a pool but found nothing. The search was also assisted by the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council.

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A fire broke out shortly after 2 p.m. Friday at the Walshe family’s former house on Jerusalem Road in Cohasset. They moved out in April, according to police, who initially stated that it was too early to say whether the fire was connected to Walshe’s disappearance.

The couple have three young children. Brian Walshe was also charged with fraud in a previous matter for selling fake art online. He is also scheduled to appear in court on that matter.

Brian R. Walshe, 46, pleaded guilty to one count each of wire fraud, interstate transportation for a scheme to defraud, possession of converted goods and unlawful monetary transaction. U.S. Senior District Court Judge Douglas P. Woodlock scheduled sentencing for Aug. 2, 2021. In May 2018, Walshe was arrested and charged.

In early November 2016, a buyer found two Andy Warhol paintings for sale on eBay. The paintings were two of Warhol’s “Shadows,” a series of untitled, abstract canvas paintings from 1978. The original listing price for the paintings was $100,000. In the advertisement, the eBay seller included a picture of an invoice for the two Warhol Shadow paintings with Warhol Foundation numbers and a purchase price of $240,000.

The buyer believed the paintings were authentic and between Nov. 3 and 5, 2016, arranged with Walshe — the seller — to purchase the artwork outside of eBay for $80,000. Walshe and the buyer signed a contract which specified that the buyer had three days to terminate the contract and get a full refund if the buyer did not accept the artwork. On Nov. 7, 2016, the buyer’s assistant flew to Boston and met Walshe to retrieve the paintings, providing him with a cashier’s check for $80,000. According to bank records, the cashier’s check was deposited that day into an account that Walshe controlled, and $33,400 was subsequently withdrawn in the following 14 days. On Nov. 8, 2016, the buyer removed the paintings’ frames, found no Warhol Foundation authentication stamps, and noticed that the canvasses and staples looked new. When he compared the paintings to the photographs from the eBay listing, they did not look identical. The buyer concluded that the paintings he purchased from Walshe were not authentic. The buyer then repeatedly attempted to contact Walshe, who initially did not respond, and then made excuses for the delay in refunding the buyer’s money.   Source: United States Attorney’s Office-District of Massachusetts.

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