One of the men accused of killing a jeweller has said a co-defendant entered the victim's shop with a gun hidden beneath a burka.
Ramniklal Jogiya was abducted near his Leicester shop on 24 January, with his body found in Stoughton the next day.
Charlie Mcauley 20, of Braunstone, told Leicester Crown Court his role was to drop someone off at Mr Jogiya's shop but "things got muddled up".
He also told the jury the plan to target the jeweller was not his idea.
Mr Mcauley said it had first been discussed with his co-accused Thomas Jervis, 24, of Whetstone, and he was "asked to be involved".