In the northern part of Sydney, one person stopped this former cricketer on the road and then two more people came and forcibly put him in the car.
A big revelation has come out of the cricket world, which has shocked all the fans. Australian media has reported that former Australian cricketer Stuart MacGill was allegedly abducted from his home in Sydney last month, but was released an hour later. The New South Wales Police has mentioned the victim of the alleged abduction on April 14 as a 50-year-old man. Media reports, including Australian Broadcasting Corporation and News Corp newspapers, identified the victim as McGill. Also Read – T20 World Cup to be played in India, these 5 cities will be competing!
The media said that McGill was stopped by a man on the road in the northern part of Sydney, and then two more men came and they forcibly put the former cricketer in the car. McGill was reportedly moved to the southwestern part of Sydney and was reportedly moved to another location after the assault and then later released. Also Read – ICC T20I Rankings: Babar Azam gets shock, Aaron Finch pushed back
New South Wales Police said in the release that they were informed of an incident on 20 April. The police said in a statement that the robbery and serious crime department subsequently conducted an investigation and that four persons, aged 27, 29, 42 and 46, were arrested at six o’clock local time on Wednesday morning. Also Read – Zimbabwe vs Pakistan, 3rd T20I: Mohammad Rizwan missed out on century, Pakistan won 2-1 series
Those arrested were taken to the local police station and charges will be laid against them. The names of the arrested persons were not immediately disclosed. Former leg-spinner McGill played 44 Tests for Australia between 1988 and 2008 and took 208 wickets during this period. (With language input)