A stolen car sits, boot open, guarded by one man. A short distance away, two other masked men are carrying out the biggest robbery in the history of Sweden.
They tackle two female guards and crack open the safe of an armoured transport car, stealing away with around 730 million SEK, although much of it in unusable government bonds.
Three days later the men board a plane in Copenhagen having purchased round-the-world tickets costing over 55 000 SEK for the three.
One of those men, the man who stood guard while the robbery took place, is Dragomir Mrsic.