A young woman has gone missing after leaving a bar with a man on January 19. 23-year-old Olivia Ambrose, who goes by “Liviy” according to her twin sister Frannie, was having a great time with her friends at Hennessey’s on Union Street, until she mysteriously left without saying goodbye. That was the last time anyone saw the young project manager, and her family has since filed a missing person report.

“We were all here, we were just dancing in front of the band and then somewhere just like around 10 p.m. I don’t know, I guess we got separated and then she left at 11,” Frannie explained to CBS Boston. Her mother Heather Ambrose added that “for some unknown reason she left without saying goodbye.” The whole family insists that it’s very unlike Olivia to simply disappear without telling anyone where she is.

Frannie went on to explain that Liviy had been talking to a man that was about her age. The man was allegedly kicked out of the bar, though Frannie didn’t explain what he did wrong. “She left with [him] at about 11:04 p.m.,” she recalled. Security footage shows Olivia and the unnamed man leaving the bar and walking across Union Street, but that was the last time anyone has seen her. At the time, she was wearing a red corduroy dress with Doc Martin boots and a gray peacoat. She has curly brown hair and blue eyes.

Now, police are investigating the scary situation, and have reportedly found the man Olivia was with. They are talking to him to gain any information he may have about Olivia’s whereabouts. “Boston Police have identified the man captured on surveillance leaving with Olivia Ambrose,” a source told Radar. “The man in question is the one captured on the establishment’s surveillance. He is in contact with Boston Police and is expected to cooperate and speak with detectives. No charges have been filed at the moment.”

Frannie is still remaining hopeful about her sister’s situation. “My hope is that she shows up, comes back walks right through that door,” she said. “Walks right into the apartment.” We certainly hope so too.

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