OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Crimes Investigations Agency (CIA) police on Friday claimed to have arrested 17 alleged robbers of Kashif alias Kashi dacoit gang and recovered looted property worth Rs 11.5 million from their possession. According to the police, the government had fixed Rs 1.5 million as head money on three criminals including the ringleader of the gang Kashif, Arif Odh and Abdul Khaliq. While addressing a Press conference here at his office on Friday, the DIG (Investigations) Malik Ali Amir said that the gangsters used to chase the people after they withdrew cash from banks or got changed foreign currency at Duty Free Shop and later rob them at gunpoint. SSP Investigation Abdul Razaq Cheema and SP CIA Umer Virk were also present on this occasion. The DIG further said that the gangsters had also killed and injured 17 people on offering resistance. Abdul Khaliq was wanted by Lahore and Kasur police in ten murder cases while Arif Odh was wanted by Kasur, Sheikhupura and Multan police in four murder cases, he added. He also claimed that the police recovered Rs 6.5 million in cash, 8 tola gold ornaments, a car, 9 motorcycles, 15 mobile phones besides illegal weapons including a pump action and 13 pistols from their possession. Further investigations are underway. Valuables gutted: Valuables worth thousands of rupees were reduced to ashes when fire broke out in two different incidents in the provincial metropolis on Friday. In the first incident, fire broke out in the house of one Muhammad Irfan due to short circuit near Joray Pull, Iqbal Town and reduced valuables worth thousands of rupees to ashes.