Matthew Glass: Car of missing teen found in Boston

Update:  Matthew Glass has been found. MyFoxBoston reported that Glass showed up at the door of a Cedar St. residence today and claiming that he had been abducted before being transferred to a nearby hospital.

Matthew Glass, 17, from Wentham, Massachusetts, was last seen on Tuesday around 3:00 p.m.  He told his parents he was going to the Apple store in Boston. 

He has been missing every since and on Thursday his, 2000 Dodge Dakota that he was driving was found on Huntington Avenue. 

From what authorities have found out, Matthew never made it to the Apple store, but did use his phone around 9:00 p.m. in the area of 409 Huntington Avenue in Boston, which is near Northeastern University. 

Since then, Matthew’s phone has been turned off or ran out of power.  His mother says that Matthew always kept in contact and texted and called on his phone regularly. 

Matthew’s mom said that her son was upset about not being able to play football this year, but she would not sign the waiver after he suffered a concussion last year that kept him out of school for awhile. 

Matthew if you are reading this, please realize that your mom made that decision because she loves you and wants the best for you.  Please call her and let her know you are alright.

Matthew is 6 ft. tall, 190 pounds. 

If you have any information about him, please call 508-384-2121

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