By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The man suspected of starting a fire inside the Natomas Walmart has been arrested.

Sacramento Fire says the Feb. 28 fire was deliberately set inside the store and was captured on surveillance video. A man could be seen spraying something onto a clothing rack, then using a firework to light ignite it.

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With the help of facial recognition software and other investigative means, Sacramento Fire arson investigators say they were able to identify the suspect as 29-year-old Israel Huusfeldt.

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It took some time to track Hussfeldt down, however, due to him being transient.

But, on Tuesday, Huusfeldt was pulled over in a routine traffic stop in Placer County. After he was positively identified, investigators also responded to the stop and arrested him.

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Huusfeldt is now facing arson charges.