BEDFORD CO., Va. -

A man accused of stealing wallets from wedding participants in Bedford County has been arrested in California.

Michael Wayne Kidd, 45, was arrested in San Diego on May 5 for crossing the street against a traffic light. After arresting kid, authorities learned that he was wanted in Bedford County. Kidd was returned to Bedford Wednesday and is being held in the Bedford Adult Detention Center without bond.

Kidd is accused of stealing wallets from two women during the February wedding. The women were part of a bridal party at a wedding at Faith Life Baptist Church in Montvale.

Stolen bank cards from the wallets have been used in Bedford County, Campbell County, and Lynchburg.

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Original coverage from March 2013

The Bedford County Sheriff’s Department has identified the person who they believe stole wallets from two people at a church while they took part in a wedding.

Investigators have identified Michael Wayne Kidd of Bedford as a suspect. Kidd is 43-years-old. He has not been arrested.

Investigators have obtained warrants for larceny, forgery, and fraud for Kidd.

Kidd is accused of stealing wallets from two women. The women were part of a bridal party at a wedding at Faith Life Baptist Church in Montvale.

Stolen bank cards from the wallets have been used in Bedford County, Campbell County, and Lynchburg.

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Two women who were participants in a February wedding at a Montvale church reportedly had several items stolen from them while the ceremony was going on.

According to the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, the items were stolen from the women when they were at Faith Life Baptist Church in Montvale.

The women said that while they participated in the wedding ceremony, someone stole their wallets which contained personal items, credit cards, and bank cards.

The stolen cards have been used in Bedford County, Campbell County, and the City of Lynchburg. The sheriff’s office is trying to identify a suspect who used one of the stolen cards in a Lynchburg store on February 24.

Anyone with information is asked to call 540-586-7827 or Central Virginia Crime Stoppers at 1-888-798-5900 or text CVCS 274637.