MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The man who pleaded guilty to starting a fire that destroyed a synagogue in Duluth has been arrested again.

Matthew Amiot was put on probation after his plea last month, but he quickly skipped town and disappeared.

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He was spotted and arrested Monday night in Superior, Wisconsin. He appears to have shaved his head.

Investigators say Amiot admitted to starting a fire at Adas Israel Synagogue in early September.

The 117-year-old house of worship was destroyed.

Amiot is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 25.