LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WJW) — A man suspected of trying to steal a golf cart from a popular camping site has been arrested.

It’s been two weeks since Kevin McCracken’s golf cart was stolen.

“It seems kind of fishy that it is all happening in one area, the west side of the park,” said McCracken.

McCracken is among a number of people who have had their golf carts stolen at Clay’s Resort Jellystone Park in North Lawrence recently.

“So far we’ve had nine reports of theft,” said Lawrence Township Police Chief David Brown.

Township police made one arrest, they reported Tuesday in a Facebook post.

Adam Boylen was expected to be booked into the Stark County jail on felony counts of motor vehicle theft and breaking and entering and two misdemeanor counts of criminal damaging.

The department on Monday night received reports of a man trying to steal a golf cart from the park, “but he unfortunately got away and was possibly injured,” the post reads. Boylen was identified by park security staff.

While officers worked an arrest warrant for Boylen and others, they were told Boylen was spotted in the area, limping. He was arrested without incident.

Authorities are still trying to track down the eight golf carts that were stolen from the park. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call Sgt. Brad Henson or Ptl. Scott Jones at 330-654-2096 or 33-654-4114.

Brown said police are investigating how the thieves are getting into the park and what they are doing with the vehicles.

“There is a suspicion that one was posted on Facebook Marketplace. We are working to confirm if it is the one that was stolen or not,” said Brown.

FOX 8 reached out to Clay’s Resort for comment. However, our emails and phone calls were not returned.

Meanwhile, police are warning people in the park to lock up their belongings.

“Golf carts all have a common key. A lot of keys will start every golf cart out there so just taking the key out isn’t enough. They need to secure them to the campsite or put wheel locks on them,” said Brown.

Police are currently reviewing security camera footage.