Wild LI. Robbery: 4 Robbed, 4 Arrested, 6 End Up In Hospital - Including SCPD Cop

Imagine waking up to a stranger saying that to you on a Monday morning while holding a knife to your neck.  It's exactly what happened to Ghulam Sumra in his Bellmore home on Monday morning.  Sumra had only one response, "I don't have any money. I'm old guy, I have no job."

The exchange was the beginning  of a bold robbery gone wrong.  It started just before 9 a.m. and ended minutes later with the get away car tagged with bullet holes a few miles away on Montauk Highway.  In the end six people were taken to Nassau University Medical Center, including one member of the Nassau County Police Department.

Nassau County PD tracked down the four robbers inside a  Crown Victoria with Pennsylvania plates minutes after the robbery, "Our officers picked up on them, based on the description.  They encountered this car at Babylon Turnpike and Merrick Road where one of the subjects tried to bail out of the car, said Lt. Kevin Smith.

He was caught. As were two more who bailed out shortly after.  The fourth was arrested when the car finally came to a stop.  The driver suffered a bullet wound to his leg.  The cause is still under investigation.  One officer did injure his ankle in pursuit.

The robbers were caught off guard, when 20-year-old Harris Sumra came home.  They bolted with only a few dollars.  His parents 41-year-old Shanam and 51-year-old Arshad Sumra were tied up.  The two along with a friend were later taken to a hospital with minor injuries.

When PIX 11 caught up with Sumra, a crime scene team was dusting the family home for prints.  He did express his relief that the men who violated his family home were behind bars, "I personally feel great.  They hurt my parents."