LOS ANGELES — The Latest on the arrest of a man accused of stealing Frances McDormand's best actress Oscar statuette (all times local):
Video captured by The Associated Press appears to show the man who authorities say stole Frances McDormand's best actress Oscar walking out of the official Academy Awards after-party.
The video, shot late Sunday night as many guests were leaving the Governors Ball, shows a man in a tuxedo who appears to be 47-year-old Terry Bryant holding an Oscar statuette highly and proudly as an onlooker cheers.
Walking quickly, he nearly bumps into a woman before letting her pass, then quickly glances around him before walking out of frame. He's prominently holding the Oscar the entire time.
Los Angeles police say Bryant had a ticket for the ball and he quickly yielded it when confronted by officers.
Bryant remains in jail on $20,000 bail.
Los Angeles police say a man has been arrested for stealing Frances McDormand's Oscars trophy after the Academy Awards.
Officer Rosario Herrera, a police spokeswoman, says 47-year-old Terry Bryant was arrested Sunday night on suspicion of felony grand theft. She says he was being held on $20,000 bail Monday morning.
Authorities say the Oscar was allegedly stolen during the Governors Ball after party. Herrera said Bryant had a ticket for the event.
McDormand received the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri."
A telephone number for Bryant couldn't immediately be located and it wasn't clear if had an attorney who could comment on his behalf.
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The Associated Press