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Crime Tech executive found dead after he was kidnapped from his home

20:05  03 october  2019
20:05  03 october  2019 Source:   abcnews.go.com

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Tushar Atre, the Santa Cruz-based tech executive who was kidnapped from his home on Tuesday, is dead . Hours after Atre was taken from his home early Tuesday morning, sheriff’s deputies found the white BMW he was last seen in, along with a dead body, miles inland from his coastal home .

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a man wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Tushar Atre in an undated photo provided by the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office. Authorities say the 50-year-old owner of a digital marketing company was abducted on Oct. 1, 2019, from his home in Santa Cruz, Calif.© Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office via AP Tushar Atre in an undated photo provided by the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office. Authorities say the 50-year-old owner of a digital marketing company was abducted on Oct. 1, 2019, from his home in Santa Cruz, Calif.

Tushar Atre, 50, was taken from his Santa Cruz home around 3 a.m. Tuesday and put into his own 2008 BMW SUV, according to the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office.

Atre's body and car were found later on Tuesday, the sheriff's office announced Wednesday.

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Tushar Atre, the Santa Cruz-based tech executive who was kidnapped from his home on Tuesday, is dead . Hours after Atre was taken from his home early Tuesday morning, sheriff’s deputies found the white BMW he was last seen in, along with a dead body, miles inland from his coastal home .

A Northern California tech executive was kidnapped from his own home in the middle of the night and found dead hours later, authorities said Atre's car was found in the Santa Cruz mountains later that day, about 15 miles from his oceanfront home , officials said. His body was found outside the

The body was found near the vehicle, which was located in the Santa Cruz Mountains, ABC San Francisco station KGO reported.

a man driving a car: A wealthy tech executive has been found dead after he was kidnapped from his Northern California home.© KGO A wealthy tech executive has been found dead after he was kidnapped from his Northern California home. (MORE: Africa's youngest billionaire kidnapped in Tanzania)

Robbery is believed to be the motive, according to the sheriff's office.

The sheriff's office has not released more information and said the investigation is ongoing.

Atre was a millionaire tech executive, a CEO and founder of Atrenet, according to SF Gate.

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Atrenet creates and maintains websites for Silicon Valley tech companies and has clients including Hewlett Packard and Deloitte Consulting.

SF Gate described Atre's house as a multi-million dollar home.

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