UPDATE:  Olivia Ambrose has been found alive in the Charlestown Projects and is on the way to a local hospital.  Click here for the full story.

Boston police is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man in connection with the disappearance of Olivia Ambrose.

Ambrose, 23, was last seen in the area of 25 Union St. in Downtown Boston on Saturday night.

Police released this timeline of events and locations in Downtown Boston and Charlestown in connection with Ambrose’s disappearance:

  • 11:04 PM: Ambrose is seen leaving a bar located at 25 Union St. (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 males are observed inviting Ambrose to walk with them in the area of Congress Street and State Street. One of the males 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 male, still with his arm around her, exiting the Bunker Hill Community MBTA Station in Charlestown. The other male party is no longer observed in any surveillance video moving forward.
  • 12:13 AM: Approximately 10 minutes later, Ambrose and the unknown male 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 is described as white, about 5 feet 2 inches tall, with blue eyes and curly brown hair. She was last seen wearing a red corduroy dress under a long, white and grey coat. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 617-343-4248.


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