GOLDSBORO, N.C. (WNCN) — An inmate who escaped from the Wayne County Detention Center in a food van, which he later ditched, was caught Thursday afternoon in Wake County, officials say.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office said Michael Wayne Glover, 33, broke out shortly after 11 a.m. Thursday in a white food services van with “Trinity Services” on the side.

Wayne County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Joel Gillie says Glover was not known to be armed or dangerous.

Gillie says Glover was being held in the detention center on a charge of obtaining property by false pretenses.

Selma police said they found the stolen van Thursday morning off Twin Ponds Road. Gillie later said Glover was seen in a brown  Ford Fusion with an NC tag HHK1455, headed toward Clayton.

Gillie said Thursday that Johnston County deputies were searching for Glover.

Just after 5 p.m. Gillie said Glover was captured by Morrisville Police Department in Wake County.

He will be taken to the Wake County Detention Center and returned to Wayne County Friday, Gillie said.