After a weekend search, authorities with the South Boston Police Department apprehended a man Monday morning wanted for malicious wounding.

South Boston Police said 34-year-old Quinn Tucker was charged with malicious wounding and was served two capiases, one for violating pre-trial conditions and one for a probation violation.

He also was charged with petit larceny for items taken from Walmart on Monday morning.

Monday morning South Boston Police responded to a call that Tucker had been spotted near the BoJangles on Old Halifax Road, according to Lt. Randy Redd, public information officer for the South Boston Police Department.

He said officers spotted Tucker in the area and apprehended him after a short foot pursuit.

Upon his arrest, Redd said, officers found merchandise on him that appeared to have been stolen from Walmart, and after investigated, it was determined the items were stolen from the giant retail store.

Tucker is being held at Blue Ridge Regional Jail without bond and is awaiting trial.

“The police department would like to thank all of the citizens who called in with tips on the location of Quinn Tucker over the last several days as well as the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office, Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office and the Virginia Department of Corrections for their assistance in apprehending Tucker,” Redd stated in a press release.