This is the chilling moment which leads to the vicious murder of a drug dealer as he slept beside his girlfriend.
The CCTV captures five hooded gangsters pace towards Przemsyslaw Golimowski's flat at the dead of night.
One of the yobs, Taleb Hussain, stabbed and beat the 30-year-old to death, Birmingham Live says.
Hussain's bloodied palm print was found staining the stair banister in the victim's block after the attack in September last year.
Now, Hussain, 31, and his accomplices Damien Rooney, 25, Delpierro Mothersill, 20, Philip Mendy, 23, and Jamal Jeng, 21, have been jailed for more than 100 years.
Birmingham Crown Court heard Mr Golimowski tried desperately to flee but was pronounced dead at the scene.
The merciless killing in Sparkhill, Birmingham, was a revenge attack, after a dispute in Bedford between rivalling drug dealers.
Officers were able to track down Golimowski's five killers from the blood trail left by Jeng – who was stabbed in his leg during the killing.
His trail of blood led from inside the property up until around 400 metres away – where Jeng called for an ambulance.
CCTV and analysis of mobile phone activity placed Jeng and the other four together in the run up to the attack.
Earlier in the day, CCTV from Bicester Shopping Village in Oxfordshire clearly showed Hussain, Jeng and Mendy together at the site before heading back to Bedford.
And Hussain, Rooney, Jeng, Mendy and Mothersill were captured together by CCTV at Wodka Live in St Paul’s Square, London, less than two hours before the attack.
Automatic number plate recognition also captured a vehicle linked to Hussain driving around the town on multiple occasions.
As they entered Golimowski’s address through Bedford, CCTV above captured five men matching the descriptions and clothing of the five men when they were caught on CCTV at Wodka Live.
The same camera also caught Hussain, Rooney, Mendy and Mothersill as they fled from the scene.
Jeng was first arrested and charged, followed by Hussain – who was arrested in Birmingham after forensics discovered traces of Golimowski’s blood in the back of his vehicle.
Hussain’s palm print was also found on the bannister leading up to the entrance to Golimowski’s flat.
Hussain, from Sparkhill, Rooney, of Wixams, Bedfordshire, and Mothersill from Bedford, were convicted of murder at Luton Crown Court on Monday (April 15).
Each were jailed for life – and ordered to serve a minimum of 26 years.
Mendy, from Bedford, and Jeng, from Clapham, south London, were convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 12 years each in prison.
Detective Chief Inspector Adam Gallop, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit, led the murder investigation.
He said: "This was a thorough, professional and meticulous investigation, which pieced together multiple pieces of evidence to leave the jury with no doubt as to who was responsible for this murder.
"These five men broke into that flat last year with one intention: to kill Przemsyslaw Golimowski.
"That kind of intent is incredibly dangerous and warrants the significant sentences we have seen today.
"This case also highlights the dangers that come from dealing in drugs. All six men involved in this case were involved in drugs supply; all six have had their lives destroyed as a result of it.
"Drugs underpin so much of the most serious, violent and harmful crime we see across the country.
"Cases like this should serve as a chilling reminder to all involved in drugs gangs about the consequences of such a dangerous lifestyle."
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