CREEK COUNTY, Oklahoma - UPDATE: Authorities say the reports of an abducted Kellyville student have proven to be false. All students are accounted for at the school district. The information provided by a witness to the supposed "abduction" was not reliable, authorities now say.

The Creek County Sheriff's Office says a Kellyville Public Schools student is missing after being forced into a pickup Tuesday morning.

Witnesses told the sheriff's office the teenaged girl was in a rural area eight miles north of Kellyville at Post Oak Road and Cedar Lane when the incident occurred at about 7 a.m. A sheriff's office dispatcher said the teen did not know the person in the truck. 

The teen is described as having blond hair, green eyes, 5' 4" and weighing 140 pounds. She was wearing a maroon colored Kellyville jersey.

Detective Drew Mullinex of the Creek County Sheriff's Office says they are still working to identify the missing girl. They believe she is a 14-year-old middle school student though they first described her as a 17-year-old high school student.

In two 911 calls, witnesses described the man in the truck as a tall and slender white male, wearing an OU cap and dark blue, hooded sweatshirt.

Witnesses say the pickup is a newer model gray Ford loaded with wood with a dent on the driver's side of the bed.

According to witnesses, the man got out of the truck, grabbed the girl's cell phone and threw it down, then forced the girl into the truck and drove off.

Sapulpa Police forensic investigators have the cell phone and are examining it in hopes of identifying the student.

Authorities stopped a gray pickup on Highway 412 just north of Keystone Lake at about 9 a.m. The driver was questioned and released.

Creek County Sheriff's deputies are investigating with assistance from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and the Sapulpa Police Department.

They have not issued an Amber Alert as of 9 a.m.  Mullinex said they are working to positively identify the student.

News On 6 has crews in Kellyville and will have updates when they are released.