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