Missing Anna Walshe’s Serbian mother asks US for official information about daughter’s disappearance.
The Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs made the announcement on Saturday after Milanka Ljubicic, 69, signed a formal request to receive documents about the incident.
This request will be sent first to the Serbian Consulate in New York and then to the relevant US authorities.
Ljubicic, who still lives in Serbia, where Ana grew up, told local media he couldn’t believe his son-in-law would hurt his daughter.
Originally from Serbia, Ana moved to the US from her hometown of Belgrade in 2005 and worked in the hotel business before switching to real estate in 2020.
Milanka Ljubicic (left) with her missing daughter Ana Walshe (right)
Brian Walshe – Ana’s husband – appeared in court on January 9.He was charged with misleading a police investigation.
Shortly before her disappearance, Anna asked her mother to get her on a plane to Washington, D.C. as soon as possible.
Ljubicic told Fox News Digital, “She was like, ‘Please, Mama. Come tomorrow. Obviously there must have been some problems.
“And now I cannot forgive myself.
Brian Walsh, 47, has been charged with murdering Anna Walsh, 39, whose body has yet to be found. The couple and her three young children previously lived in the affluent Boston seaside community of Cohasset.
Officials said Anna last left home early on January 1 to drive to Logan International Airport for a trip to Washington, D.C., where she spent most of her professional life. It is reported.
It is believed that Brian most likely murdered Ana that night in the basement of their shared Boston home.
However, according to police, there is no evidence that she actually drove to the airport or boarded a plane.
She was reported missing by her DC-based employer on January 4.
Between January 1st and January 3rd, Brian Walshe conducted a series of potentially incriminating Google searches, almost all of which were about how to dispose of corpses.
The search was called off when she was reported missing on January 4 and a police medical examination was requested.
Later, Ana’s belongings and her DNA were found at a landfill. Inspectors also found a bloody hatchet, hacksaw, rug, and used cleaning supplies.
Walsh currently remains in prison awaiting the next step in his trial.
Walshe, 47, was arrested and charged with misleading police investigations two weeks ago and was eventually formally charged with her murder.
Police searched the couple’s home and found a ‘damaged’ knife with blood on it after finding blood in the basement
Anna and Brian got married in 2015. The two met when Ana was working at a hotel in Washington, DC.
Walshe left extensive digital trails for police in Google searches for divorces, murders, dismemberments and dismembering bodies, prosecutors revealed last week.
Despite the absence of a body, Walshe’s gruesome search laid the groundwork for a murder trial.
Disappearance of Anna Walsh
January 1: Anna and Brian are hosting a New Year’s Eve dinner party.
She was last seen at 1:30 am.
She was unable to show up to work in Washington, D.C., and there is no evidence she made it to the airport for her flight.
January 4th: DC’s Tishman Speyer’s head of security called the police to report her missing.
The caller told the operator that she had informed her husband.
January 6th: A fire was reported in the house Ana shared with her husband
January 8th: Brian Walsh arrested in misleading investigation
January 9th: Police say they found blood in the basement of the couple’s home
January 10th: Police reveal they found garbage bags filled with bloody items, hatchets and hacksaws at a garbage center near the home
January 17th: Brian Wolsey arrested for murder
On December 27th, a few days before she disappeared, he Googled “What are the best states for men to get divorced?”
Ana was last seen alive at 1:30 a.m. on January 1 by friends who were at home for a New Year’s Eve party.
On January 3, police say they saw Brian visit a dumpster in Abingdon and carry a heavy-looking garbage bag.
According to police, “he had to carry it to the trash.”
Prosecutors tried to track down those garbage bags, but by the time they got to them, they had been destroyed in the garbage transfer center’s incinerator.
Brian then added a corpse-related Google search.
On Jan. 4, Walshe allegedly purchased bath mats, men’s clothing, and towels at TJ Maxx and Home Goods. He then visited Lowes.
That same day, a colleague of Anna’s in Washington, D.C., called police in Cohassett to report Anna’s disappearance and to request an in-home medical examination.
When police visited the family’s home, they noticed that the seats in Bryan’s Volvo were down and there was a large plastic liner in the back seat.
The next day, the police, returning to the Walshe household, find Brian’s Volvo has been thoroughly cleaned.
When questioned, he said he threw away the plastic liner he saw the day before.
That same day, he visited a trash can near his mother’s house.
On January 8, Walshe was arrested for misleading police. A search warrant for the house was obtained and police found bloodstains in the basement. They also found a knife with traces of blood on it.
Police then searched a trash can near the mother’s house and found ten blood-stained trash bags.
- A slipper containing the DNA of both Ana and Brian
- A medical suit containing pieces of cloth, tape, and Brian and Anna’s DNA
- Anna’s Hunter Boots
- Anna’s Prada handbag
- COVID-19 vaccine card with Ana’s name on it
- cutting shears