Catoosa Police say they're looking for a burglary suspect wanted out of Garfield County who led officers on a chase.
Catoosa Police said they're not sure what brought the suspect to town, but they say he was determined to get away from officers.
Police said Hard Rock Casino security saw burglary suspect Kyle Anderson and tried to detain him, but he ran off toward 193rd East Avenue and jumped into someone's truck.
Catoosa Police saw the truck on I-44 near 161st East Avenue and they said Anderson jumped out of the vehicle on the interstate and ran off.
They said he disappeared into a wooded area making it difficult for officers to find him.
"Where he was running from, he's not well lit. It's a dirt lot with a lot of boulders in it so we had to be careful that he wasn't hiding behind one of the boulders or trying to hide in one of the semis that's parked over there," said Corporal Greg Faxon.
Rogers County deputies helped with the search.
Police said they believe Anderson also stole a dark gray Honda Accord with Oklahoma tag number AVL-253.
If you see the vehicle, call police.
Catoosa PD and Rogers County deputies called off the active search for wanted burglary suspect Kyle Anderson but they will still keep an eye out for him. Police say it was hard to keep the search going with just they only 4-5 guys working. @NewsOn6 pic.twitter.com/hZOe8gNTPF— Joseph Holloway (@a_cupof_JOE) October 25, 2018