Boston Police searching for missing woman last seen leaving downtown bar Saturday night - Metro US

Boston Police searching for missing woman last seen leaving downtown bar Saturday night

Olivia "Liviy" Ambrose, 23, of Boston, was last seen at Hennessy's pub on Union Street on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019.

Boston Police are investigating a report of a missing Wenham woman last seen leaving a Boston bar on Saturday night.

Olivia “Liviy” Ambrose, 23, is said to have left Hennessy’s with an unknown man who had been kicked out of the bar by a bouncer at about 11:05 p.m., according to a Facebook page dedicated to locating the young woman. Olivia was wearing a white/beige/grey coat with a red corduroy dress and Doc Martens.

According to Francesca, Olivia’s twin sister, the last location of her sister’s iPhone 8 cell phone pinged at Walford Way and Corey Street in Charlestown, near a Boston Housing Authority apartment complex.

Francesca and friend Kate Collins told MassLive that they last saw Olivia around 10 p.m., when they were all dancing together inside the Union Street pub that hosts live music.

“We were all dancing in front of the stage, nothing out of the ordinary,” said Collins, who has worked with Francesca for several years. “There were a lot of other friends.”

According to NECN, Ambrose is a college graduate who just moved to Jamaica Plain a week ago. Her family said she always calls and texts, and had an appointment Monday that she missed. Hennessy’s has released still shots from their security cameras, which show Olivia with a white male, about 5’9” with brown hair. The unknown man reportedly purchased drinks with his credit card, and the family said they are working with the bar to see if they can help identify him.

MassLive reported that her family have visited Olivia’s Jamaica Plain apartment twice since she went missing in the hopes of finding her, but she was not there.

Boston Police confirmed that a missing persons report was filed on Sunday, and that there is an active investigation underway. They are not releasing any further details at this time. If anyone has seen this woman or have any information please contact police or her sister Francesca Ambrose at 978-578-5702.

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