People were earlier told to stay indoors
A man has been arrested in Italy following a series of drive-by shootings that appeared to be racially motivated.
The suspect Luca Traini, who has no previous criminal record, was detained about two hours after the shooting rampage began from inside a black Alfa Romeo in Macerata.
According to the ANSA news agency, the 28-year-old Italian made a fascist salute at the city's war memorial before being held by police.
Photos from the scene show a man being put into a police car, wearing an Italian flag draped over his shoulders.
Macerata's mayor Romano Carancini said six people - five men and one woman, were injured. One of them is in a serious condition.
All of those injured were foreigners, police confirmed, and Mr Carancini said they were black.
Residents had been told to stay inside during the shooting and public transport was halted.
The gunman's motivation is not yet clear but the city of Macerata, with a population of 43,000 people, was the scene of the murder of a white Italian woman earlier in the week.
Eighteen-year-old Pamela Mastropietro's remains were found in two suitcases on Thursday.
The chief suspect in that case is a Nigerian.
Italy is in the final weeks of a heated campaign ahead of its election on March 4th.
Matteo Salvini, head of the anti-migrant Northern League, has capitalised on Ms Mastropietro's murder in his campaign, and has vowed to deport 150,000 migrants in his first year of office if elected.