A three-member team of the Crime Branch, investigating the Mumbai carnage, has left for the US to meet FBI officials and share details in connection with the probe into the attacks, a senior police official said on Tuesday.
The three-member team headed by Additional Commissioner of Police Deven Bharti left for the US last night, a senior crime branch official said.
"They will discuss and share the details of the probe and also take inputs from officials of FBI, the US probe agency, that will help us in the investigations," he said.
FBI officials will be among the witnesses in the trial of Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone terrorist caught alive in the November 26 attacks, police said.
The police is likely to file its chargesheet in the case in the next three weeks.