‘Kidnappers’ send out photo of ‘abuse victim’ to his household requiring $100,000,000

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    Image sent to family of ex-gang member demanding $100m before he was freed by cops from burning building

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    Dillon Mancuso was supposedly abducted at gunpoint and required to a storage facility in Sydney

    This image of a bloodied and gagged ex-motorcycle gang member was sent out to his household on the night he was supposedly abducted in Australia. 

    The gang was apparently requiring AU$100 million (£54.6 million) for the release of Dillon Mancuso, 37, who was supposedly abducted at gunpoint and driven to a storage facility in Sydney, where he was held for 6 hours. 

    Mancuso, a previous member of the Lone Wolf gang, was photographed with duct tape covering his eyes and mouth, while blood streamed down his face and inflamed lip. 

    A text accompanying the image read: ‘Hello brother’, followed by 3 smiley-face emojis. 

    It goes on to state: ‘Send to his friends who value his life and will negotiate’, the Daily Telegraph reported

    But the extortion plot stopped working when equipped cops stormed the structure as it was supposedly set on fire by the gang, prior to Mancuso was saved using absolutely nothing however his white underclothing.

    According to cops, a group of guys, among them equipped with a weapon, had actually required their method into a residential or commercial property in Bringelly at around 3am on Tuesday and dragged Mancuso into a waiting lorry exterior. 

    The text with what appears to be a ransom picture of former bikie Dillon Mancuso

    A photo of Mancuso was sent out in addition to the message ‘Hello brother’ and 3 smiley-face emojis

    They were tracked by professional detectives to a commercial storage facility some 28km away in Revesby, where captive settlements occurred. 

    He was released after cops stormed the structure while the gang supposedly set fire to the storage facility as they went into. 

    A neighboring workplace employee informed Daily Mail Australia: ‘I kept an eye out the window and 3 police officer cars and trucks were obstructing the driveway and requiring individuals in the system to come out.

    ‘We sort of saw it coming. Those guys had been rolling around for a few months bringing in motorbikes and exotic cars and making a lot of noise.’

    Detective Superintendent Andrew Koutsoufis stated: ‘At this stage it appears there are some organised crime and bikie-related links’. 

    Eleven men have been arrested after another man was allegedly kidnapped in the middle of the night and held hostage in a warehouse which was then set on fire. Police allege a group of men - one armed with a firearm - forced their way into a home in Bringelly in Sydney's far south-west about 3am on Tuesday and confronted a 37-year-old and a 61-year-old man who were inside. The gang allegedly assaulted the older man before bundling the younger man into a waiting vehicle outside the Jersey Road home.

    Armed cops stormed the storage facility as the gang set it on fire

    He included: ‘The level of violence towards the supposed victim was rather serious and worrying. We think it was totally targeted.

    ‘The incident was exceptionally dangerous and could have been even more severe, or even fatal.’ 

    Seven males – 2 23-year-olds and the others aged 16, 19, 22, 26 and 27 were later on charged with kidnapping with intent to ransom leading to real physical damage, break and go into, damaging proof, and taking part in a gang.

    Mancuso is dealing with numerous gang-related charges after Federal Police took more than $1million (£547,000) money and 3 high-end cars and trucks valued at more than $100,000 (£55,000) each in 2015.

    Inquiries into the occurrence are continuing.

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