Police officials have recovered 15 live bombs, two kilograms of explosives and six pistols from the home of Vikas Dubey. The notorious Uttar Pradesh gangster is accused of the cold-blooded ambush and murder of eight cops on July 3. The weapons were found after Kanpur district authorities and police officers demolished a house belonging to Dubey in Bikru village, where the bloody encounter took place here. The village is around 120 km from state capital Lucknow. Some details of that "deep-rooted" network came to light after data from Dubey's mobile phone listed 20 police officers. There was also evidence of constant contact with at least two cops, including one from the Chaubeypur Police Station. Vikas Dubey is a criminal with over 60 cases against him (these include murder, kidnapping, extortion and rioting). Dubey remains on the run more than 50 hours after he led his henchmen in the murder of the eight cops, including a Deputy Superintendent. On July 5, police arrested an alleged accomplice, Daya Shankar Agnihotri, after a gunfight in the Kalyanpur area. Kaushalendra Pratap, the Station House Officer of Kanpur's Bithoor police station, one of the three police stations involved in the ill-fated raid, narrated in detail how the team walked into the ambush which led to the death of eight cops. Kanpur's senior police officer Devendra Mishra not only filed the attempt to murder case against Vikas Dubey but also led the police team to arrest him. Initially, the police said the man was dragged into a house of one of the gang members and shot from a point-blank range. Postmortem report now says the 54-year-old was shot five times -- on his head, chest, stomach and legs.