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Australia Man, 55, and woman, 39, are 'tied up and held captive' in an early morning break-in at a Queensland home

11:10  26 october  2019
11:10  26 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Man and a woman have been tied up and held captive during a home break - in . The intruders then tied up the man , 55 , and the woman , 39 , at the address on Huxam The pair were later released after being taken to another address in the same suburb, a Queensland Police spokesman said.

Police arrested two men in connection with the home invasion that precipitated the alleged kidnapping and assaults. During her client’s dangerousness hearing in early January, Dutton argued the 19-year-old’s role in the alleged crimes is “minimal at best” and said no one has said he was in the

a sign on the side of a country road: A man and a woman have been tied up and held captive during a home break in Ipswich, south-west of Brisbane (street pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A man and a woman have been tied up and held captive during a home break in Ipswich, south-west of Brisbane (street pictured)

A man and a woman have been tied up and held captive during a home break-in.

Police said a group of people broke-in to to the property in the Ipswich suburb of Ripley, south-west of Brisbane between midnight and 3am on Friday night.

The intruders then tied up the man, 55, and the woman, 39, at the address on Huxam Street and taped their mouths shut before assaulting the male victim.

The pair were later released after being taken to another address in the same suburb, a Queensland Police spokesman said.

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But Philadelphia is once again in the news with the revelation that a woman with special needs was being held captive in a basement The Philadelphia Daily News reports that the discovery came in a roundabout way: Regina Bennett Man Checking Home 's Security Camera Spots 'SOS' in Driveway.

A Milwaukee man faces a slew of charges after he allegedly kept a woman tied up in the basement of a In the case involving the 19-year-old, Hooks was charged in early May with first-degree sexual In a case filed in January, Hooks faces one count of substantial battery, intentional bodily harm, and

Police arrived after the woman called for help and the man was found with serious injuries.  

He was transported to Princess Alexandra Hospital for further treatment. 

Crimes scenes have been established in both the suburbs of Raceview and Ripley. 

Investigations are ongoing.

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