The older of two victims found in a burning Volvo car on January 6th, 2010, believed to be the 42-year-old uncle of the second victim, was shot through the eye, an anonymous police source told the newspaper.
Both men suffered fractured skulls, caused by an extremely powerful blow.
"It would have required strong force and extreme violence," said the police source.
”The attackers – we are sure there were several – were incredibly brutal.”
Police have yet to fully identify the victims and have issued an arrest warrant for a 35-year-old man, believed to have been part of the gang which carried out the executions at a house near Lund, before transporting the bodies along the E4 motorway and setting the car alight.
The murders are believed to be connected to an international drug smuggling ring, involving a Norwegian criminal gang, according to earlier police reports.
According to local Swedish Radio in Halland county in western Sweden, a 44 year old Norwegian man is also wanted in connection with the crime.