A gym owner was fatally shot outside his home, a court heard on Wednesday.
Neil Anderson, 45, is accused of acting with others in murdering Gary More at his home in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, on September 6, 2018.
Prosecutors state Anderson acted with others and induced Mr More to come out his property then repeatedly discharged a firearm at him.
It is alleged Mr More was repeatedly shot on the head and body and was murdered by Anderson.
The charge states that Anderson had previous malice and ill will towards Mr More.
Anderson denies the charge is on trial at the High Court in Glasgow.
He and David Anderson, 37, are also accused of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner towards Mr More by attending his home, threatening him and demanding money.
Detective sergeant Douglas Mogg, 51, told jurors in evidence that he prepared a CCTV report from footage after an inquiry into the death.
Jurors watched footage of a man alleged to be Anderson speaking to Mr More outside his property before a white Skoda car pulled up beside them.
Prosecutor Liam Ewing QC asked DS Mogg what he then saw.
The officer replied: “A man exited the passenger side of the car with his arm straight out in the direction of where Mr More was.”
Mr Ewing then asked DS Mogg if he saw a gun, and he replied: “I can make out an item that appears to be a gun.
“The shooter approached the door of the car which was held open while a man runs out of view from the bottom of the camera.”
Mr Ewing asked DS Mogg: “Mr More was fatally shot outside his house and police centred on a white Skoda Fabia?”
DS Mogg replied: “Yes.”
Mr Ewing then asked: “That car was found some distance away towards Milngavie burned out?”
DS Mogg answered: “Yes.”
The officer earlier told jurors Mr More owned a gym in the extension at the rear of his home which he used as a “commercial premises”.
The Andersons also face a separate allegation of being concerned in the supply of drugs between March and September 2018.
The offence is said to be aggravated by a connection to organised crime.
The trial continues before judge Lord Mulholland.