FBI agents are seeking the help of fans of ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ to find out who the man behind the GTA Online account is

The FBI is looking for the public’s help to identify a man they say is behind an online gaming account used by a man with a criminal history, according to a report.

The New York Post reported that agents raided a New Jersey home and seized computers and other equipment Tuesday that were connected to the man.

The man, identified by The Post as 32-year-old Christopher R. Smith, is accused of threatening to kill a man in the New Jersey town of Brunswick in November, according the report.

Authorities say the suspect was also allegedly trying to get the public to play GTA Online for $1,000.

He also allegedly made threats against a former girlfriend.

The FBI said in a statement that Smith is a registered sex offender and has been banned from online gaming since November.

He is also prohibited from using a computer to create or post any threatening, abusive, or threatening communication.

Smith is also facing a charge of cyberstalking and a count of criminal mischief.

The Post said he is being held in New Jersey.