Missing 23-Year-Old Boston Woman Found Alive, Police Say
A 23-year-old woman who had been missing since leaving a bar in downtown Boston Saturday night has been found alive, police said. Olivia Ambrose, known as "Liviy," was found Tuesday afternoon and taken to the hospital to be evaluated, the Boston Police Department said.
CBS Boston reports a large police presence was seen in Charlestown, where she was spotted on surveillance footage taken early Sunday morning. Police planned a news conference at 6 p.m. Tuesday with details about the case.
Boston police had earlier released surveillance images of a man they said was connected to Ambrose's disappearance. Police also released a timeline of events of the night of her disappearance.
Investigators said Ambrose was seen leaving the bar around 11:00 p.m. with a man who police determined not to be involved in her disappearance. About 40 minutes later, Ambrose is seen in surveillance footage a few blocks away, where two other men invited her to walk with them.
One of the men, the individual seen in the surveillance images, put his arm around her and directed her to the nearby State Street MBTA station.
About 20 minutes later, Ambrose appeared with that same man leaving the Bunker Hill Community MBTA station in Charlestown, a short ride from the State Street station. Police said he still had his arm around her.
Ambrose and the man were seen for the last time about 10 minutes after leaving the Bunker Hill station, at an intersection a short walk to the north. Police said phone records subsequently showed Ambrose's phone in the vicinity of the nearby Bunker Hill Housing Development.
Frannie Ambrose, her sister, said earlier in the night they were dancing at the bar and got separated before her sister left. She never returned to her apartment that night.
"For some unknown reason she left without saying goodbye," said Heather Ambrose, Olivia's mother.