The witnesses saw the suspected shooter jump into a black car and disappeared from the scene after the killing of Sodra Skolgatan in December 2018.
"This means that there are in each case two perpetrators," said prosecutor Lars Morand, who is seeking information about the car and a man who appeared on the stairs nine days before the killing.
It was in the morning rush that December 12, 2018, that the killer hit. The victim, a 51-year-old man, called police "one of the most criminals" of Malme – just out of the gate of Sodra Skolgatan, and described two as his bodyguards.
The men tried to get behind the car and take a world. But in the end, the 51-year-old fell to the ground.
– There are testimonies that the shooter jumped out as a passenger in a black passenger car on the SUV model that was waiting for the spot, said prosecutor Lars Morand.
The suspected escape car, Black Fiat Fromont, was later found at Pilåkersvägen in Malmö. The car was stolen license plates stolen between 9 and 10 December, just days before the killing.
The car itself was stolen in Stockholm in late December 2017.
Police investigators are now very keen to get in touch with people who know something about the car. They are also interested in information about a man who was on the victim's staircase on December 3, nine days before the killing.
The 51-year-old has been involved in a number of conflicts in recent years, and has also been subjected to an attempted murder – on the same street three years earlier.
In June 2010, several gang of criminals tried to squeeze out money from the Berggatan transfer office. She ended up taking weapons from one of the blackmailing and shooting two of them. Emergency protection, said the District Court.
The following year, he was brought to trial for the so-called taxi order in 2011, when the 31-year-old gang leader was killed in a taxi office. The 51-year-old was released after witnesses lost their memory.
On the other hand, he served a year-long prison sentence at the Tilburg Institution in the Netherlands for drug abuse. Within the prison, he was suspected of ordering remote controlled bombs in the Balkans, which would have been used in the conflict related to the taxi industry in Malmo. He was also relieved of that.
At the time of the murder, the 51-year-old was suspected of gross tax fraud and gross accountancy injury.
Although he had many enemies in the lower world of Malmö, he rejected the personal protection offered by the police.