TULSA - UPDATE: Creek County investigators say they have determined that 911 calls made by a Kellyville student reporting an abduction early Tuesday morning were a hoax.
They tell KRMG they're still trying to determine a motive for the female student, reportedly in the 8th Grade, to make the false report.
The cell phone she used was apparently a display model, most likely stolen from a retailer, which could only make 911 calls.
She had told them it belonged to the victim of the "abduction."
The DA will decide whether to press charges against the girl.
UPDATE: The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports all students in Kellyville schools, including the girl thought to have been kidnapped, have been accounted for.
OHP says they've checked with each level of school and made contact with the family or all students who are absent today.
The investigation will continue as reports are saying the initial witness may not have been reliable.
See the original story below.
Police tell KRMG news the girl was grabbed and thrown into a newer model Ford pick-up truck around 6:50 Tuesday morning near Post Oak and Cedar Lane roads just outside Kellyville.
Cops tell us two different 911 calls gave the same information and the girls cell phone was found at the site. That phone was locked but has been taken to the Sapulpa police department in an attempt to get the information from the device.
KRMG has learned the 17-year-old is 5'4, weighing 140 pounds with blonde hair and brown eyes. She was wearing a maroon Kellyville basketball jersey, blue jeans and black boots. The man was described as a thin white male dressed in a black or dark blue hoodie, blue jeans, and wearing an OU cap.
The truck was said to have lumber in the back and had damage to the passenger side.
The location where the girl was taken is northwest of Sapulpa and the truck was seen headed south toward Kellyville.
Stay tuned to KRMG for the latest on this story as it happens.