One Tuesday in August, in the middle of the morning armor, a man in his 20s was shot dead at Dalhem in Helsingborg. He is said to have been sitting in a car on Annerovägen when the shots were fired.

A 16-year-old boy is already in custody on suspicion of murder and weapons offences. On Monday, two more people, a man and a woman, were arrested on suspicion of involvement in the act, something Helsingborgs Dagblad was the first to report.

"The man is suspected of murder and the woman of aiding and abetting murder. It is investigative measures that have led to a suspicion against the two, says Magnus Larsson, prosecutor.

Two young adults

According to the prosecutor, they are residents of northwestern Skåne.

"They are young adults under the age of 40," says Magnus Larsson.

The 16-year-old boy is a resident of Småland and the prosecutor has previously told SVT that there is no obvious connection between him and the victim.

The 16-year-old has admitted to weapons offences but denies the murder.

This is what police chief Karim Ottosson said about the incident after it occurred:

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Shortly after seven o'clock on Tuesday morning, emergency responders called the police from the residential area of Dalhem in Helsingborg, after hearing shots fired. The police were then able to find and arrest a boy in his late teens. It is tragic that such young people commit such serious crimes, says Karim Ottosson at the police in Helsingborg. Photo: Josefine Krischausky / SVT