Cricketer Stuart MacGill allegedly kidnapped at gunpoint for ransom
Police are raiding a number of homes this morning in relation to the alleged extortion and arrests are expected.
Police are raiding a number of homes this morning in relation to the alleged extortion and arrests are expected....
Australian Test cricket great Stuart MacGill was allegedly kidnapped at gunpoint for ransom and then badly beaten.
NSW Police confirmed the former leg spinner had allegedly been abducted, held and then released in an incident which occurred last month.
The Daily Telegraph reported MacGill, 50, was taken by an alleged criminal group about two weeks ago.
Robbery and Serious Crime Squad detectives have arrested four men following the alleged kidnapping of MacGill at Cremorne, on Sydney’s lower north shore, where he lives.
Police said about 8pm on Wednesday, April 14, MacGill was allegedly confronted by a 46-year-old man near the intersection of Parraween and Winne streets in Cremorne.
A short time later the pair were approached by two other men, allegedly forcing MacGill into a vehicle.
He was then allegedly driven to a property at Bringelly, where the two men, plus another …
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