Man found crawling along N12 after kidnapping

2011-02-05 14:43

A man in his 40s was found crawling along the N12 near Zuurbekom this morning after he was kidnapped in Lenasia, Johannesburg, according to metro police.

The man was kidnapped shortly after he had withdrawn R30 000 from a Standard Bank at Grand Place in the Lenasia business district, said Chief Superintendent Wayne Minnaar.

He was accosted by a group of robbers who forced him into a black Volkswagen Golf and drove off.

The man was tied up and badly assaulted when he was found. The money had been stolen.

He was reported missing and police were searching for him from midnight.

No arrests had been made in connection with the incident.

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