A Massachusetts man whose accused in the disappearance of his wife used his computer to search for information on how to get rid of a “115-pound woman’s body,” according to media reports.
Earlier this week, Brian Walshe, 47, of Cohasset, Mass., was charged with misleading investigators who are searching for his wife, 39-year-old Ana Walshe.
A probe into Brian’s web searches showed he looked up “how to dispose of a 115-pound woman’s body” and how to dismember a corpse, law enforcement sources told CNN.
Investigators also found a bloody knife in the basement of the Walshes’ home, turning their missing persons case to suspicion that the mother of three may have been killed, the outlet reported.
Officers also found a hatchet, hacksaw, rug, used cleaning supplies and trash bags with blood on them at a transfer station while searching for the missing Massachusetts woman, WBZ reported.
Ana was reported missing by colleagues on Jan. 4 after she failed to show up to work.
Her husband told investigators the only time he left the family home was on Jan. 2 when he took their eldest son for ice cream.