Boller drove from East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, to Milesburg, Pennsylvania, stopping at a near by McDonald's, police said.
The victim's mother used the "Find My iPhone" app to locate her daughter.
"We use technology in the course of our investigations, but in this case, that application on her cellphone was very helpful in determining where actually she was located," Trooper Jeff Petucci told WYAJ. "That made it quite easy for our troopers then to locate the vehicle, because we knew it was in that general vicinity."
Those who want to know how to use the "Find My iPhone" feature can access the app on their phones. As long as you know the iPhone user's Apple ID and password, you can track his or her iPhone.
Boller had his bail set at $150,000 and is in the Centre County Correctional Facility. He has a preliminary hearing Feb. 24.