The Bedford, Mass. man who allegedly forced a man at knifepoint to drive him to New Haven early Monday after breaking into the victim’s home has been captured, federal authorities said.

Julian Field, 24, of Bedford, Mass., is being held in Key West, Fla., were he was charged by federal authorities with kidnapping.

Field had been sought by police in three states after he allegedly broke into a Concord man’s home Sunday, held the victim at knifepoint and forced him to drive to locations in western Massachusetts and southern Connecticut, Concord police said.

During the incident, Field made the man stop in Springfield, Mass., in an attempt to buy drugs and then forced the victim to drive to the train station in New Haven where he allowed the man to leave, federal authorities said.

The victim reported the home invasion and kidnapping early Monday after he drove back to Massachusetts, Concord authorities said.

Field was tracked to Florida, where he was taken into custody, authorities said. He will appear in Federal court in Key West today and be brought back to Massachusetts at a later date, the Massachusetts U.S. Attorney’s Office said.