FBI search intensifies for Gregory Yetman, a suspect in the January 6 Capitol riots.
Yetman fled his Helmetta home in New Jersey after an attempted arrest by FBI agents and local police.
The search is ongoing in Middlesex County, with a focus on local woods and hiking trails.
Helmetta Mayor Christopher Slavicek expresses community anxiety over the unusual FBI presence in the small town.
Gregory Yetman, a military police sergeant, was previously featured in a USA TODAY investigation on uncharged Capitol riot participants.
Yetman, identified as suspect #278 AFO, was seen in videos using pepper spray on Capitol police and protesters.
Despite being interviewed by the FBI after the insurrection, Yetman is now wanted in connection with the attack.
Helmetta residents describe Yetman as a "recognizable face" in their tight-knit community.
The FBI provides a hotline (973-792-3000) for information on Gregory Yetman, urging public cooperation.
The delay in arresting some Capitol riot suspects raises questions, but experts suggest it doesn't necessarily mean they are off the government's radar.