Missing teen from Wrentham found alive
WRENTHEM, Mass. -- A teenager from Wrentham was found alive on Thursday night. The 17-year-old had been missing since Sept. 20. The teen told police that he was kidnapped.
Officials said Matthew Glass was found in Dedham. He showed up at someone’s doorstep asking for help.
“Within the last several minutes actually we received a call from the Dedham police who indicated they received a call from a resident in Dedham stating that Matthew Glass had gone up to the door and knocked and requested they call an ambulance for him because at this time he’s claimed that he was abducted,” said Lt. Bill McGrath of the Wrentham Police Department.
Glass disappeared Tuesday afternoon. He was last seen driving into Boston to go to the Apple Store. His truck was found on Boylston Street collecting parking tickets on Thursday morning.
Police said Glass appears fine.
“I did speak with the patrol sergeant from Dedham and he said that Matthew looked good and didn’t appear to be harmed in any way,” said McGrath.
McGrath went to Norwood Hospital on Thursday night to check and see how Glass was doing. McGrath said another officer talked to the Glass family.
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