The suspects are believed to be members of a syndicate involved in the kidnapping of foreigners in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
The 37-year-old Kelantanese was killed in a shootout with cops.
Four security personnel were killed during the operation after the suspected militants sought sanctuary in the multi-storey building in Salt, a hillside city, the government said.
The militants, who were suspected of being affiliated with the Islamic State, were killed in the city of Arish.
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The shootouts occurred in the towns of El Coacoyul and Las Mesillas.
But others disagree, saying that nobody wants to see a shootout in a school.
Police are scrutinising the weapon used by a suspected burglar killed yesterday which they say could have been used in other crimes as well.
Police say trio have been actively robbing bank customers in the Klang Valley and Negeri Sembilan.
Police say the man was wanted for a robbery involving RM30,000 at a jewellery shop.
Police believe the trio are members of a syndicate that has been targeting people using ATMs for cash withdrawal as their modus operandi.
The suspects had robbed a Chinese national of RM40,000 as he was alighting from a GrabCar vehicle.
Police recover a revolver from the man, believed involved in criminal activities.
Efforts by Esscom and other security agencies are still on-going to find the kidnap victim and two suspects who disappeared in the shootout on Thursday.
The four men, including the leader, had opened fire at police who tried to flag them down.
The victims, who are brothers, are believed to have been shot soon after repossessing a car following a heated argument.
Victims in stable condition, suspect arrested.