Police have arrested three of the four youths who had entered a temple of Hindu Goddess Kali in Magura and sought information about the whereabouts of the resident priest.
Another of their companions, Shahabuddin Laskar, 20, is a resident of Mirjapur village, police said.
Police said Sumon is an MLSS at a local primary school. Akash is a businessman. The other two are class XI students of a government college.
On Monday evening, the four youths carrying bags in hand and clad in traditional attire had enetered the Central Kali Temple in Magura on the pretext of seeking blessings and talisman from the temple.
Their odd attire aroused the suspicion of a devotee when they had sought the whereabouts of the priest.
The SP said that close circuit camera footage helped identify the youths.
“Sumon was arrested in Kashinathpur around 8pm and based on his inputs, the other two were arrested in Jamrultola,” the SP said.
Legal action will be taken after the initial quizzing of the trio, he said.