Authorities in Montana are asking for help finding a person who logged into their Montana highway patrol online account and logged into a login page that had a link to an online game.
Montana Highway patrol officers are currently working to recover a man who logged in to their online account.
On Friday, officers discovered that he had logged into the online game “Babysitter” and that he was using the username “Montana,” which was posted on the website for the agency’s online game, Montana State Patrol.
On Monday, officers found that the man had been playing a “Baba’s” game online and was posting messages on the agency and other websites, according to Montana State Patrol spokesperson Sgt. Pete Henson.
The man’s online identity is being held as an active crime.
The Montana State Highway Patrol says that the “Babbysitter game” requires users to play a “babbysitting” role and that the username and password are a combination of their initials, first name and last name.
The agency says the game was created by the Montana Valley Game Developers Association and that it was played in 2016, but the agency did not have details about how many players had played it.
The “Babsitter” game requires players to “help” a girl find a baby by giving her gifts, giving her directions to where she needs to go, or making her take a bath.
The game is rated “T,” with some players rated “M.”