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Surveillance video shows Ana Walshe’s husband at a dumpster: reports

Surveillance video shows Ana Walshes husband at a dumpster reports


Newly obtained surveillance video has reportedly captured Brian Walshe at a liquor store dumpster near his mother’s Massachusetts home on the day his wife, Ana Walshe, disappeared.

Investigators have footage of Brian near the dumpster of Vinnin Liquors on Paradise Road — across the street from his mother’s condo complex in Swampscott, sources told news station WBZ.

The camera is near a Whole Food Market that Walshe has told investigators he stopped at while running errands on New Year’s Day, when Ana vanished.

A store manager declined to comment to 7NEWS about the video, citing the ongoing investigation into the disappearance.

News about Brian’s possible sighting comes after police said they found a hatchet, hacksaw, trash bags, used cleaning materials and a blood-soaked rug at a trash facility in Peabody, a little over an hour from the couple’s home in Cohasset.

Police also seized two dumpsters and a trash compactor at the Swampscott site, a resident has told The Post.

Ana, 39, a real estate exec with Tishman Speyer, vanished on Jan. 1 after a New Year’s Eve dinner at the home she shares with Brian and their three young boys, officials have said.

Brian, 47, allegedly bought $450 in cleaning supplies at a Home Depot on the day his wife disappeared — a violation of his parole conditions during home confinement for art fraud charges.

Ana Walshe disappeared on Jan. 1 after a New Year’s Eve dinner at her home, officials say.
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Vinnin Liquors on Paradise Road.
Vinnin Liquors on Paradise Road is across the street from his mother’s condo complex in Swampscott, according to sources.
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A security camera near Vinnin Liquors on Paradise Road.
The security camera is near a Whole Food Market that Walshe has told investigators he stopped at while running errands on New Year’s Day.
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Investigators also allegedly found internet searches he made on “how to dispose of a 115-pound woman’s body,” as well as a knife and blood in the couple’s basement. 

Brian has been charged with misleading investigators and is being held on a $500,000 bond after pleading not guilty on Monday. He is not charged in the disappearance of his wife, whom he reported missing on Jan. 4.  

A dumpster at Vinnin Liquors on Paradise Road.
Police also seized two dumpsters and a trash compactor at the Swampscott site
WHDH
Brian Walshe.
Brian has been charged with misleading investigators and is being held on a $500,000 bond.
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police said they found a hatchet, hacksaw, trash bags, used cleaning materials, and a blood-soaked rug at a trash facility in Peabody
Police said they found a hatchet, hacksaw, trash bags, used cleaning materials and a blood-soaked rug at a trash facility in Peabody.
WHDH

The Walshes’ three boys have been placed in state custody.



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