A Lenasia businessman has been safely reunited with his family, three days after he was Kidnapped. Luqman Kazi, a 34-year-old businessman was kidnapped while on his way to work on Tuesday, 15 March 2022.

Following the kidnapping, a multidisciplinary team was assembled to rescue the victim and apprehend the kidnappers.

During a midnight take down operation on Thursday 17 March 2022, the team simultaneously pounced on four identified addresses. At the first address in Lawley, police found and rescued the victim, seized a 9mm unlicensed firearm and arrested three suspects.

At the other addresses in Lenasia, the team arrested three more suspects which include a 43-year-old Mozambican national believed to be the mastermind behind a number of Kidnapping cases in Gauteng.

Police also found and seized R6 million in cash which is believed to be ransom paid on other kidnapping cases, an unlicensed AK47 rifle, ammunition, one hijacked motor vehicle, a VW polo that was utilised in the kidnapping of the businessman, military grade signal jammers as well as various vehicle registration number plates.

All six are facing charges of kidnapping, extortion, money laundering, possession of unlicensed firearm and ammunition as well as possession of hijacked motor vehicle.

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