Man kidnapped from Gore Creek Reserve at Greenwich | 7NEWS

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Police have released video of the moment that they cornered a group of men at West Ryde accused of committing a brazen public kidnapping at the Gore Creek Reserve in Greenwich.

There investigations lead them to foil a second kidnapping following raids in Lindfield, St Leonards and Macquarie Park.

About 12pm on Thursday 14 October 2021, a 20-year-old man was allegedly confronted by two men at Gore Creek Reserve at Greenwich, before being forced into a car and travelling to an unknown location.

Police have been told the man was threatened then assaulted, before being released.

The incident was later reported to officers from North Shore Police Area Command, who commenced inquiries.

Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Robbery and Serious Crime Squad were notified and took carriage of the investigation under Strike Force Bindowan.

Following extensive investigations, strike force detectives, with assistance from the Tactical Operation Unit (TOU), arrested four men – aged between 27 and 33 – at a service station on Victoria Road at West Ryde, just before 2pm yesterday (Friday 5 November 2021).

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