Late last week the Pittsfield Police Department reached out to the public through the department's Facebook page seeking information on a teen reported missing.  According to the post, 16-year-old Chase Tarjick was last seen wearing a black jumpsuit with "smiley faces" on it.

Chase is described as a white male about 5'11" tall with reddish-brown hair and brown eyes.  The Pittsfield Police are asking for anyone with information on the whereabouts of Chase to contact the department at 413-448-9700.

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The complete post by the Pittsfield Police Department is below.  Photos released by the PPD.

Pittsfield Police Department

The Pittsfield Police Department is asking for assistance with locating 16 year old   Chase Tarjick who has been reported missing. Chase has been described as a white male, approximately 5'11" with brown eyes and reddish-brown hair. He was last seen wearing a black jumpsuit with "smiley faces" on it. If you have any information on Chase's whereabouts, please contact the PPD at 413-448-9700. Photos below: #pittsfieldmissing

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