It seems like we’re finally getting some answers as to what happened to Olivia Ambrose, the Boston woman who went missing on Saturday, January 19. Now, police believe that the 23-year-old was abducted by two men after she left a local bar, a source told Radar.

“Boston PD obtained surveillance video that shows Olivia Ambrose was followed after leaving the bar,” a police source told the outlet. “It appears that Olivia was abducted by two men after she was asked to leave Hennessy’s for being intoxicated.”

According to the source, the young woman was last seen entering the nearby Orange Line train with the men. The last signal her phone received was in Charlestown, which is over a mile away from Hennessy’s Bar, outside of Boston proper.

On January 21, the outlet reported that the police found the man Olivia originally left the bar with, but no arrests have been made. “Boston Police have identified the man captured on surveillance leaving with Olivia Ambrose,” the source revealed. “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.” It is unclear if he is one of the two men Olivia got on the train with.

Olivia Ambrose Appears To Be Abducted By 2 Men In Newly Surfaced Surveillance Footage

In case you missed it, Olivia was having a great night out with friends, until she mysteriously left without saying goodbye on Saturday night. “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,” Olivia’s twin sister, Frannie, explained to CBS Boston.

So far, the young woman has not been found, and her family filed a missing person report. Olivia has blue eyes and curly brown hair, and was last seen wearing a beige or grey coat with a red corduroy dress and Doc Martin boots.

However, Frannie is trying to stay positive. “My hope is that she shows up, comes back walks right through that door,” she said. “Walks right into the apartment.” Our thoughts are with the Ambrose family during this extremely tough time.

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