The FBI didn't have too much difficulty with this one. From Law & Crime, the FBI report on the incident:
The FBI said that it saw Faulkner on a YouTube video kicking in a Capitol window. But before that happened, the defendant was facing away from the camera and his jacket was exposed. This was important because that was a jacket identifying his painting business:
Faulkner later said, “I knew I shouldn’t have kicked in the window. I was upset and wasn’t thinking rationally.”
Source: Ohio Capitol Journal
An Ohio man who kicked in a reinforced window shutter at the U.S. Capitol during the violent insurrection Jan. 6 was arrested in connection with his role in the raid.
Footage from the crowd captures Troy Faulkner, of Whitehall, kicking in a reinforced window shutter that prosecutors say was worth $1000.
While Faulkner turned himself into the FBI, it was only a matter of time before authorities would identify him — he wore a sweatshirt with “Faulkner Painting,” his personal business, on the back, along with the company phone number.
ARRESTED: Troy Faulkner from Whitehall Ohio kicked in reinforced window shutters of the Capitol. He wore a sweatshirt with “Faulkner Painting,” his personal business, on the back, along with the company phone number. https://t.co/V2IvE1NoPs pic.twitter.com/rj9LkgEE1R
— Cleavon MD (@Cleavon_MD) February 1, 2021
When MAGA sends it’s people, they’re not exactly sending their best.
Well, actually... this idiot IS their best. 😂 https://t.co/dM3qW8nk9W
— Jo (@JoJoFromJerz) February 1, 2021