A three-day manhunt in over.
The Bismarck Police Department has made an arrest of a suspect wanted in connection with a kidnapping of a female at gunpoint in Idaho.
Bismarck Police have arrested 57-year-old Mitchell Lee Walck.
Today at around noon, Police were called to the Oasis Truck Stop.
A man from Solen, ND -- was returning to his truck -- and he found Walck inside his truck.
Walck threatened him with a handgun and then fled on foot into a nearby mobile home park.
As police arrived, a witness was able to direct officers to the area Walck was last seen.
They set up a perimeter and Walck was found hiding under a pine tree near the intersection of Patriot Drive and Lafayette Drive.
He was taken into custody without incident.
He had a 9mm handgun in his waistband at the time of his arrest.
Bismarck Police recovered a 2005 Silver Subaru Forester in a nearby parking lot that was reported stolen from Idaho.
In addition to being arrested for a warrant out of Idaho, Walck was arrested for unlawful entry to a motor vehicle, terrorizing and felon in possession of a firearm.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation was contacted and is investigating.
Walck is being held at the Burleigh County Detention Center.
Walck went on the run after a police pursuit late Friday night in Idaho.
Police there, say he fled from a traffic stop and shot at an Idaho State Police officer.
Multiple local agencies assisted with the search, which came up empty.
Walck then, allegedly kidnapped a woman at gunpoint on Sunday, forcing her to drive to Montana before letting her out of the car unharmed. Police believe Walck, a transient, abducted the woman to use her car to escape.