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Boston Police release photos of ‘person of interest’ in Olivia Ambrose search

The Boston Police Department have released two photographs of a person of interest in relation to the disapearance of Olivia Ambrose, a Wenham woman who was last seen leaving a downtown Boston bar with an unknown man on Saturday night.

Ambrose has not been heard from or seen since, according to loved ones.

Police reviewed surveillance video footage from Hennessy’s Pub in Faneuil Hall, and assembled a timeline of events surrounding Ambrose’s disappearance:

11:04 PM: Ambrose is seen leaving a bar located at 25 Union Street (Hennessy’s) with a white male who has since been determined to not be involved in her disappearance.

11:42 PM: Approximately 40 minutes later, two unknown men are observed inviting Ambrose to walk with them in the area of Congress Street and State Street. One of the men appears to walk ahead while the second male places his arm around Ambrose and directs her towards the State Street MBTA Station.

12:01 AM: Approximately 20 minutes later, additional video shows Ambrose being accompanied by that same man, still with his arm around her, exiting the Bunker Hill Community MBTA Station in Charlestown. The other man is no longer observed in any surveillance video moving forward.

12:13 AM: Approximately 10 minutes later, Ambrose and the unknown man are observed again in the area of Green Street walking together towards Bartlett Street. A short time later, phone records indicate Ambrose’s phone was in the general area of the Bunker Hill Housing Development.

Ambrose, who moved to Jamaica Plain a week ago, is described as a 23-year-old white female, about 5’2” tall, with blue eyes and curly brown hair. She was last seen wearing a red corduroy dress under a long white and grey coat. Her family said she always calls and texts, and had an appointment Monday that she missed. Anyone with info relative to this person’s ID is asked to call detectives at (617) 343-4248, CrimeStoppers at 1(800) 494-TIPS or text ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463).

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