LAHORE City police have arrested an employee of the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) and his accomplice in connection with the leakage of entry-test papers, police sources said on Wednesday. One of the arrested has been identified as Muhammad Anees, a UET employee while his accomplice Shuja Zaidi has been arrested from Gujranwala. Police sources also said that the officials of Punjab IT Department managed to track down the accused through his e-mail records and provided it to the police. The police on early Wednesday raided a house in Gujranwala and arrested the accused. Both the accused are being kept in Mughalpura police station, where investigators are interrogating them about the leakage of the papers. Further investigations were underway. Entry test for engineering universities of the Punjab was cancelled following the paper of BSc Engineering at UET for the admissions 2011 was leaked. Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had formed a five-member committee comprising Sardar Zulfiqar Khosa, Mian Mujtaba Shuja-Ur-Rehman, Secretary Higher Education and UET VC, directing the committee to unearth those behind the malpractice. During the initial investigation, the committee held responsible Anees and his accomplice Shuja Zaidi, a net cafe owner. Mughalpura police have registered a case and are investigating. The UET has announced that the entry test for BSc Engineering 2011 will be held again on August 11. Meanwhile, traffic police arrested four female dacoits red-handed minutes after they were escaping from the crime scene near Mehfooz Shaheed Chowk early on Wednesday. They were identified as Khalida Bibi, Sania, Asmia and Shazia, while their two male accomplices fled. According to details, the owners of house No. 6, on Sarfaraz Feeqi Road are living in abroad since long. On Tuesday night, four females along with two male accomplices started shifting the valuables of the aforesaid house, an official handout issued by traffic police said. One Arshad suspected some unusual movements of the accused women when they were going to take the rest of valuables early on Wednesday. He informed traffic inspector Arshad Bhatti, who along with his police party chased a rickshaw. The traffic police cordoned off the rickshaw and arrested the culprits.