A court in Russia's southwestern city of Belgorod has imposed a sentence of life in prison on a man who killed six people in a shooting rampage in April.
Sergei Pomazun, 31, was found guilty of the murders and sentenced on August 23.
Pomazun shot dead three employees of a hunting store in Belgorod.
He stole at least one weapon and some ammunition and fatally shot two teenage girls as he left the store.
He then got into a car, drove onto the sidewalk, and shot dead another passer-by.
Police captured him two days later.
Pomazun resisted arrest, severely wounding a police officer with a knife.
He pleaded guilty to the charges and asked the court to impose a 25-year prison sentence.
His lawyer says he will appeal the life term.
Based on reporting by ITAR-TASS and Interfax