A 23-year-old woman hasn’t been seen since leaving a bar in Boston with a man on Jan. 19 was found alive.
A family spokesperson told 7News Olivia Ambrose was alive, but they did not offer additional information.
Boston 25 reported that she was found at a housing project, and was brought to a hospital, and she was found near a location where her phone stopped working. Boston 25 showed a video of police standing near the location.
Live look at the scene in Charlestown where 23-year-old Olivia Ambrose was found alive after she went missing from a Boston bar Saturday night
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The Boston Police Department released an update on Facebook about the new development: “Olivia Ambrose has been located and transported to an area hospital for evaluation purposes. Thank you to everybody who aided, helped and assisted in the investigation and search.”
According to a live video feed from the Charlestown, where Ambrose was found, a 7News reporter said a suspect was possibly already arrested by police.
UPDATE: 23-year-old Olivia Ambrose has been located and transported to an area hospital for evaluation purposes. Thank…
Olivia Ambrose was with her twin sister and a large group of friends at Hennessy’s bar before getting separated.
Her sister Franny and friend Kate Collins last saw Ambrose at around 10 p.m., inside the bar, according to MassLive.
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“We were all dancing in front of the stage, nothing out of the ordinary,” Collins told MassLive. “There were a lot of other friends.”
Olivia left with a man who was being ejected by bar security.
In surveillance footage, she was then spotted later with two unknown men. The last bit of video footage obtained by police shows her walking with one of the men, according to the Boston Police Department’s Facebook page.
UPDATE: BPD release images of person of interest in relation to Missing Person Olivia Ambrose and is seeking the…
Police released images of one of the men Ambrose encountered that night, along with a request for information about the man. According to the Facebook page Missing Person: Help Find Olivia “Liviy” Ambrose, police already contacted the man in the photo.
“One of the males appears to walk ahead while the second male places his arm around Ms. Ambrose and directs her towards the State Street MBTA Station,” police told Boston.com.
“The other male party is no longer observed in any surveillance video moving forward,” police said.
WATCH: 7News is LIVE with the latest after missing woman Olivia Ambrose was found alive.
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Family and friends told Mass Live that they visited Ambrose’s apartment twice but still could not locate her.
Before she was located, Franny, Oliva’s sister, told local news outlets that she got worried when she couldn’t reach her twin.
“Generally if she’s not doing anything on the weekends she’ll FaceTime me even though we live in the same city,” Franny was quoted by Boston.com as saying. “But yeah, we’ll just sit on FaceTime and won’t even really be talking we’ll be watching our own Netflix shows or something… we just keep in contact.”
EXCLUSIVE: Boston woman, 23, who disappeared after being kicked out of bar is FOUND alive https://t.co/Lt6dfpvcKs
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Ambrose works at Toast, Inc., a company that makes software for restaurants. She graduated from The University of Edinburgh, according to Mass Live.
Other details about the case are not clear.
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