Police have apprehended a man accused of killing six people in a shooting spree in south-west Russia earlier this week.
Police in the city of Belgorod said in a statement on Wednesday that they detained 31-year-old Sergei Pomazun outside a train station.
They said he injured a police officer with a knife while resisting arrest.
A man opened fire on Monday afternoon while attempting to rob a gun store, killing four employees.
He then started shooting on the street outside, killing a 14-year-old girl, before escaping in a car. A second girl, 16, later died in the hospital.
Police said that some 2,000 people were involved in the two-day-long operation to find the suspected shooter.
Russia's Investigative Committee said that Pomazun has refused to co-operate with officials.