Olivia Ambrose, the 23-year-old woman who was reported missing after leaving a Faneuil Hall bar Saturday night, was found alive on Tuesday in Charlestown.
Using camera footage and a signal from Ambrose’s iPhone, police were able to locate her in the area of Walford Way, in the apartment of Victor Pena, 38, who was arrested in connection with Ambrose’s alleged abduction, according to Boston police. Pena was arraigned on a sole count of kidnapping Wednesday at Charlestown Municipal Court and he entered a not-guilty plea.
Here is a timeline of Ambrose’s locations for that night, according to video images and location tracking in her iPhone:
Saturday, 11:04 p.m.
Ambrose was seen leaving Hennessy’s with a man who was not involved in her disappearance.
Saturday, 11:42 p.m.
Two men, one of whom is believed to be Pena, were seen on camera footage in the area of State and Congress streets inviting Ambrose to walk with them.
In more footage, the man believed to be Pena is seen leading Ambrose to State Street MBTA station with his arm around her.
Sunday, 12:01 a.m.
Camera footage shows Ambrose and the man believed to be Pena leaving Community College MBTA station in Charlestown. The man still had his arm around her in the video.
Sunday, 12:13 a.m.
Ambrose and the man believed to be Pena were seen again on camera walking in the area of Green Street in Charlestown, heading towards Barlett Street.
Sunday, 12:30 p.m.
After Ambrose did not answer phone calls, her twin sister Franny used a tracking app to locate her sister. This was the last known location of Ambrose’s phone, in the area of Corey Street and Walford Way in Charlestown.
Tuesday, 3 p.m.
Ambrose was found in Pena’s Walford Way apartment.