A Bethel Acres-area manhunt that originally began Wednesday resumed in the area of SH 102 and Lake Road Friday night, where two more burglary suspects were apprehended, deputies said.

A Bethel Acres-area manhunt that originally began Wednesday resumed in the area of SH 102 and Lake Road Friday night, where two more burglary suspects were apprehended, deputies said.

Pottawatomie County Undersheriff Travis Palmer said two people were spotted walking along SH 102 in the same area as all of the activity on Wednesday.

A sheriff's deputy responded and make contact with the two men, who fled.

The area was between SH 102 and Lake Road and SH 102 and Belcher Road, he said. A perimeter was set up, but one suspect managed to get over to an area near Independence Street, where he tried to get help from a resident by claiming he was having car trouble.

That resident had a relative call deputies and had the man in his pickup, which was stopped by police. That's where one of the manhunt suspects, Mark West, 29, was taken into custody, Palmer said.

The manhunt continued for the second suspect, with deputies using the department's drone in the sky.

The drone kept picking up a heat signal and led deputies to a junk pile area, where Chaz Moody, 25, was found trying to hide under a car, Palmer said.

It appears both suspects had been hiding out in a resident's travel trailer since the original manhunt on Wednesday, Palmer said, with that resident unaware of their presence.

Initial reports on Wednesday of a stolen vehicle prompted the original manhunt in the same area, with a reported burglary also under investigation.

Two other suspects, Daniel Dias, 26, and Lindsey Pringle, 28, were arrested and booked into jail while the search was continuing for the other two suspects.

Both West and Moody were taken to the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center Friday night for book-in.

Formal charges have not been filed, but case reports will be turned over to the district attorney's office for consideration.