Greenfield Police searching for runaway teenager

If you have information regarding his location, call the police immediately

Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police Department

GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Police in Greenfield need your help in locating a 16-year-old boy who ran away from a housing project on Thursday, January 26th.

Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police Department
Photo Courtesy: Greenfield Police Department

Darrein Bleau was last seen running from the Our House Group Home Program in Greenfield just before 6 p.m. Thursday. His family is not from the area, and his mother has reached out to police to help find him.

Bleau was last known to be wearing a light grey sweatshirt, medium grey sweatpants, black socks, and light blue Jordan sandals. He may also have a black windbreaker or blue pair of sneakers.

Greenfield Police notified 22News that the teenager told friends at the residential center he might be heading to either the town Adams in Berkshire county, where he has family, or possibly heading east to Boston. Darrein was due to end his stay in the Greenfield residential program early next month.

22News met with his concerned parents Saturday afternoon at the Greenfield police department. His mother, Angela Bleau, told 22News, “I would like to tell him I love him, where have you been? Let me help you. We’re here to support him, we’ve come together as a family looking for him. We just want him home safe.”

Darrien’s father, Jeff Rumday, added, “We’re worried about him. We want him to know that his parents love him, we miss him, we’d like him to reach out to us.”

If you see Bleau, or have information regarding his whereabouts, please contact your local police department, or Greenfield Police at (413) 773-5411.