Business man returns home after being held ransom for three weeks

2013-07-23 00:00

A BUSINESSMAN from Underberg is still in a state of shock after he was abducted, handcuffed to a bed and fed only a packet of chips for 20 days. Mohsin Patel (25) was abducted from his Underberg home by two men in police uniform on July 2 at about 9:30 pm. “I was with my family when these men arrived. They were driving a white van with no number plates. One of them produced a police identification card and they asked me to come with them outside. Once outside one of the men pointed a gun to my head and they forced me into their van and drove off,” said Patel. He was only found in the early hours of this morning by police and private investigators. Full story in The Witness tomorrow...

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