Bahrain will extradite a suspect who was related to a gang that robbed 79 Rolex watches worth 1.4 million U.S. dollars from one of the largest malls in the kingdom.
Police said they arrested three suspects who disguised as women and broke into the shop at the Bahrain City Centre on Sept.10.
Bahrain police issued Interpol red notices to track down the six suspects. Some of them fled the country.
The Interpol said in a statement released a week after the robbery that "one of the suspects, 35-year-old Kosovan national Ekrem Gashi, was arrested at the Albanian border when checked by the border guard."
"He is now awaiting extradition," stated the Interpol.
Bahrain police announced on Oct. 2 that most of the stolen watches were seized following the arrest of the two suspects in Bahrain.