Tryan D. Campbell, 25, (pictured) was arrested on a warrant on June 19 after fleeing on Interstate 90 east of Route 20 on the border of Hampshire and Huntley. | Provided Photos

A McHenry County sheriff’s canine tracked down a wanted home invasion suspect who allegedly fled on foot from police on Interstate 90 near Huntley.

The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office responded around 10:25 p.m. on June 19 to Interstate 90 at mile marker 43.5, which is east of Route 20.

The Illinois State Police requested assistance with a suspect who fled on foot from them.

McHenry County Sheriff’s Deputy John Wisniewski and Canine Kylo arrived on the scene.

They were informed the suspect, identified as Tryan D. Campbell, 25, was last seen heading southbound, the sheriff’s office said.

Campbell had an active warrant for home invasion, which is a Class X felony. The crime occurred in Elgin.

Wisniewski immediately deployed Kylo and began tracking the suspect through tall grass and woods along a fence line.

The team tracked for approximately 25 minutes when they approached a tree in the fence line, the sheriff’s office said.

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Kylo located the suspect on the other side of the fence.

Campbell “made his presence known” and announced he was giving up, the sheriff’s office said.

Campbell was taken into custody by the Illinois State Police and Kane County Sheriff’s Office without further incident.

Campbell was transported to the Kane County Adult Justice Center where he remains held on a $100,000 bond.

Further information on the home invasion case was not immediately available.