Delhi Police on Thursday arrested a Bangladeshi criminal gang involved in uprooting four ATMs in India.
Police on a tip-off about some suspects involved in a case of uprooting of ATM in Goa coming to IGI airport in Delhi. They laid a trap on Wednesday evening, reported Times of India.
The shootout took place in east Delhi's Anand Vihar around 1.45am. The gang uprooted ATMs across the country, according to police.
The arrestees are: Sohag Kham alias Rustam and two of Suhag's associates—Safiq and Sofequl Molla.
Safiq and Molla were apprehended by a team led by inspector Vinod Badola and others when they stepped out of the airport. Safiq belongs to Bagerghat while Molla is a resident of Khuna.
Police recovered around Rs 33,000 from them.