NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — A New Jersey man sought by the FBI in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has turned himself in to police, according to the FBI.

Police began their manhunt for Gregory Yetman, a former staff sergeant, on Wednesday after the FBI swarmed his home on Main Street in Helmetta. He was last seen scaling a fence, according to police.

Authorities released a photo showing him at the Capitol during the insurrection. He’s accused of storming the Capitol and spraying law enforcement with a large canister of pepper spray, according to authorities.

After two days of searching, FBI officials offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Yetman. He turned himself in to Monroe Township Police on Friday morning.

Yetman was a 12-year staff sergeant veteran at the time of the riot in 2021, a spokesperson for the New Jersey Army National Guard said. He was honorably discharged in March 2022, officials said.

The investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection is the Department of Justice’s largest-ever criminal probe, according to the FBI. Over 1,200 people have been charged over 34 months, officials said.

Charline Charles is a digital journalist from Brooklyn who has covered local news along with culture and arts in the New York City area since 2019. She joined PIX11 News in 2022. See more of her work here.