NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A New York man is facing charges related to the Capitol riot after the FBI was tipped off by one of his matches on a dating app.

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According to authorities, Robert Chapman, also known as Robert Erick, of Carmel, admitted he participated in the riot while chatting with a prospective date on the dating app Bumble.

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“I did storm the Capitol. I made it all the way into Statuary Hall,” he allegedly wrote, adding he had been interviewed in the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal.

“We are not a match,” was the reply.

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The person Chapman was texting with snapped a screenshot of the exchange and gave it to the FBI.

Investigators then reviewed footage of the riot and say they spotted Chapman in it.

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Authorities announced his arrest Friday.