KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — An Alaska fugitive suspected in a vehicle theft in northwestern Montana gave law enforcement officers the driver's license of a man who has been missing since February.

The Daily Inter Lake reports (http://bit.ly/1BDkDrL ) 43-year-old Jeffrey Schubauer, who is wanted in the Anchorage, Alaska, area for violating probation, faces felony theft charges in Flathead County. Eighteen-year-old Marion resident Douglas Campbell has also been charged.

Both men have been accused of stealing a concrete company truck on June 21. An employee spotted the truck at a convenience store and called police.

Schubauer gave deputies a driver's license belonging to 23-year-old Scott Shirk of Marion, who was last seen in February. Police eventually identified Schubauer.

Schubauer and Campbell are scheduled to be arraigned on July 9.

Sheriff Chuck Curry says officers are still trying to determine what happened to Shirk.