BANGOR, Maine — The Maine State Police on Sunday were on the lookout for a Gardiner man who allegedly failed to return a car to a dealership in Farmington after he took it out for a test drive.

Jason Maxim, 37, also was wanted on an active warrant for operating after suspension, the state police said Sunday in a statement on their Facebook page.

Maxim also was being sought for fleeing on foot from a traffic stop in Gardiner Saturday after he reportedly provided a false name and date of birth to troopers. Charges for failing to give a correct name and date of birth and refusing to submit to detention were expected, police said.

“While running from Troopers, Maxim dropped his cell phone,” the state police said in a statement on their Facebook page. “If Maxim is reading this and would like his phone returned, Troopers would gladly coordinate a meeting to arrange such a transaction.”

Maxim was believed to be staying in the Gardiner area. Police described him as being 5-foot-10 and weighing 155 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information about Maxim’s whereabouts can contact the Maine State Police at 624-7076. Callers may remain anonymous.