is Assumed to have fled the country
Saleh Hadri, 44, hunted for the murder of gangsterledaren Alex Ghara Mohammidi.
Investigators are now working to get him internationally wanted.
"We have indications that he has left the country," says prosecutor Lars Morand.
the Brotherhood Wolfpacks leader Alex Ghara Mohammidi was shot dead inside a taxifirma in Malmö, sweden, on 24 november of this year.
Police suspect that the motive for the murder is found in an infected ägartvist in taxifirman and Alex Ghara Mohammidi was shot down because he tried to take over a part ownership in the business.
Now the hunted Saleh Hadri, 44, suspected of the shooting. He also has interests in taxiverksamheten.
"He has some kind of role, but the documentation of the business is not really so that we are accustomed to," says investigator Dan Granvik.
in Custody after new data
To a beginning of the addressee's Saleh Hadri to be heard by way of information. But after the discovery of new facts was requested, he goes in custody on probable grounds suspected of murder.
"the Point is that if he is in custody so I can use it as the basis of an international search warrant," says Lars Morand received indications that the Hadri may have left the country.
According to Aftonbladet's information is Saleh Hadri on the same side in the conflict as a 32-year-old who had previously been arrested in his absence, suspected of the murder. The 32-year-old handed himself to the police earlier in the week and is now dismissed from the mordmisstankar. Instead requested he yesterday remanded the suspect for an assault to be linked with the murder.
Formerly known by the police
Saleh Hadri were charged in 2010 suspected of attempted murder, outside his shop on Bergsgatan in Malmö. He had sought up of two acquaintances with a connection to the Black Cobra, there was the fuss about a pengaskuld and Hadri fired three shots with a semi-automatic pistol. The men was hit in the head, stomach and leg.
He was acquitted from the dråpmisstankarna because both the district court and the court of appeal considered that he had been threatened.
Saleh Hadri is known by the police in the past and is convicted of, inter alia, threats to the officer.