Delhi police have arrested four Bangladeshi nationals for allegedly involved in over 100 crimes in India.
The accused have been identified as Rafiq Lashkar, Mohammed Salim, Ajizul Rehman and Razzak, reports The Times of India.
According to DCP (crime) Bhisham Singh, the accused were arrested by a special task force team, which had been trailing this syndicate for around six months while investigating cases of heist in Delhi and other NCR areas.
The gang was into committing house robberies and burglaries and moved from one city to another at quick intervals. On April 5, ACP Pankaj Singh's team received a tip-off about the gang's movements in south Delhi and laid a trap around Siri Fort.
The accused were spotted by the informer near a park after which the team moved in to arrest them. Seeing the police, one of the criminals whipped out a pistol and tried to escape by threatening to open fire. The cops, however, overpowered and unarmed the accused. A pistol, two push-button knives, cartridges and house breaking instruments were recovered from them.