Tulsa, Okla. - Tulsa officers were able to catch up with a burglar Friday night, by using GPS to track his stolen phone.
Police say they responded to a burglary call around 8:30 p.m. The victim advised officers she had taken a nap, and when she woke up her car, keys, phone, and purse were missing.
She believed her ex-boyfriend Jeffrey Pool was the suspect, because he had stolen items from her in the past.
Officers then used GPS to track her stolen phone down to a QuikTrip on Denver. Once they arrive at the store, officers found the stolen car.
Police say a short time later, Pool walked outside of the QT and was approached by officers. He denied taking the car, stating he had walked to the store.
An officer spotted keys on Pool and activated the emergency button on the key fob. The stolen vehicle's alarm went off, and Pool was arrested.
Officers found all of the stolen items in the car except for the victim's cash.
The victim had told officers she maybe had around $4 in her pocket. A QT employee informed officers Pool had just spent $3.95 on gas.
He was taken to the Tulsa County Jail.