Missing Teen Found Safe

Karley Newton

Matt Glass, the missing Wrentham teen, has been found safe in Boston. After leaving his home on September 20th to go to the Apple Store, he never returned, and did not contact his parents. A search party had formed Wednesday, September 22, and headed intoBoston to look for him.

However, he was found after knocking on a door onCedar StreetinDedham, and claiming he was abducted and wanted medical attention. He was rushed into a nearby hospital, where he is still being treated for dehydration and exhaustion.

Although he was last seen heading intoBostonearlier this week, he never made it to his destination. His car was found onHuntington AvenuenearNortheasternUniversityon Thursday, but he was no where near it.

Matt’s mother said in an interview with myfoxboston.com, that “it was unusual for Matt to not be in contact with his friends and family.” The last time he used his phone was on Tuesday night, but had shut it off after he made the call. Police believe that he had attended a Red Sox game with a friend, and had shut his phone off because of it.

Glass also suffered a concussion this past year that prevented him from playing football his senior year. He also missed a lot of school because of his condition, and had to finish his junior year during the summer. Before his injuries, he played baseball and football forKingPhillipRegionalHigh School.