German authorities have transferred the murder convictions of so-called “laser man” back in his native Sweden. As chief Prosecutor Nadja Niesen said Friday, had been delivered of the man on Thursday in the Scandinavian country. In Sweden he was already sitting because of further murders and attempted murders there since decades in prison.

In Frankfurt, had shot the man more than 25 years ago, a laundress on the open road. Because he had used a rifle with a laser aiming device, it was called “laser man”. The Frankfurt district court sentenced him last year for murder to life imprisonment and preventive detention.

According to the Prosecutor, the man serving first of all his sentence in Sweden. Whether it’ll come to that, he’m serving his sentence, was unclear.