Updated February 13, 2017 4:27 AM

(PUTNAM CO) - Saturday morning at 8:56, an Indiana State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Trooper stopped a blue Toyota Sequoia with Texas registration for an unsafe lane movement violation on eastbound Interstate 70 near the 43 mile marker.

During conversation with the driver, the trooper noticed indicators of possible criminal activity. Further investigation revealed the eight passengers were illegal aliens with no identification, including a 15-year-old girl and a 17-year-old boy-both without parents, and all are believed to be from the countries of Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico. The driver was believed to be enroute from Houston, Texas to Baltimore, Maryland.

Six of the illegals were detained without incident, but two fled south from I-70 on foot into a field near the county road 475 East overpass.

The two illegal alien Hispanic males, who fled from an Indiana State Police trooper were located Sunday after troopers received a tip.

At 10 a.m. Sunday, Indiana State Police at Putnamville received a tip that the two males could possibly be found at a local restaurant on Main Street in the town of Cloverdale. Troopers went to the establishment, located the males, and took them into custody without incident.

The individuals are currently held in the Putnam County Jail awaiting agents from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.

There will be no local criminal charges filed.

The investigation is now being conducted by the federal agency, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the individuals detained are in federal custody. Please contact that agency for any further details.

The ISP made no arrests and no other information will be released.

Assisting were the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, Putnam County Sheriff's Office, and the Cloverdale Police Department.