Brit vacationer ‘held hostage for eight days’ in Italy is discovered by rescuers chained to a radiator after coded textual content to his dad

Brit tourist ‘held hostage for 8 days’ in Italy is found by rescuers chained to a radiator after coded text to his dad

A BRITISH vacationer who was held hostage for eight days in Italy was discovered chained to a radiator by cops after sending a coded textual content to his dad.

The unidentified 25-year-old man was launched after an armed raid by police after he alerted his rich household within the UK. 

Corriere Adriatico

The 25-year-old man was launched after an armed raid by cops[/caption]


Dona Conte has been named as a suspect within the kidnapping case[/caption]


Aurora Carpani has additionally been arrested over the kidnapping of the Brit[/caption]

Officers from Scotland Yard and the Nationwide Crime Company – the equal of the FBI – have been concerned within the operation, which was carried out in strict secrecy. 

The person – whose household are described as “multi millionaires” – was on an prolonged vacation in Monte San Giusto close to Macerata on Italy’s Adriatic coast when the drama occurred. 

The person used a code phrase in a name to his household they usually alerted British police who knowledgeable counterparts in Italy. 

However the motive is shrouded in thriller as solely a small 7,000 Euro ransom was demanded by the four-strong gang, who have been additionally arrested within the blitz.

Final night time, the three arrested males have been named by by la Repubblica as Dona Conte, Ahmed Rajraji and Rubens Gnaga whereas the lady was recognized as Aurora Carpani.

The person was discovered by officers barefoot and chained to a radiator inside an condominium and after his launch was taken to hospital the place he was stated to be in good situation. 

An Italian police supply stated: “We acted following data from British counterparts and our data is that he’s from an especially rich household. 

“Nevertheless there are particular features that are nonetheless being checked out such because the small quantity of ransom demanded. 

“The 4 individuals held are three males and a lady and they are going to be questioned by a neighborhood prosecutor.”

In response to MailOnline, Colonel Francesco D’Ecclesiis, the commander of the carabinieri unit concerned within the operation, stated: “Inside 36 hours, we had situated the condominium by which he was being held prisoner.

“The raid happened at 2.45pm on Wednesday. We surrounded the condominium block, arrested the captors, and launched the hostage.”

Mengasini added: “The younger man was present in a darkened room with furnishings pushed up towards the home windows. 

“He was fed pretty sporadically by his captors. He was exhausted however he’s slowly recovering.”

Sean Kelly, Operations Supervisor for the NCA’s Anti Kidnap and Extortion Unit, stated: “Now we have been working intently with the Italian authorities because the kidnap of a British man was reported.  

“NCA officers in Italy and specialists from AKEU, working along with UK policing, have been offering shut assist to the Carabinieri Police as a part of its ongoing investigation.

“We’re happy that this incident has been resolved efficiently.”


Final night time, a police supply stated they have been engaged on the idea the sufferer had been particularly focused after being seen “spending lavishly”.

They stated: “He’s been in Italy travelling for a number of months and we all know he has been dwelling the excessive life and spending lavishly. 

“He wasn’t sparing any expense and was visiting prime eating places and nightclubs alongside the coast. 

“We expect he was seen spending closely after which befriended by the gang earlier than being assaulted and kidnapped.”

The kidnapped Brit is in a neighborhood resort the place police have been anticipated to query him later right now. 


Ahmed Rajraji was additionally arrested[/caption]


The person used a code ward in a name to his household they usually alerted British police who knowledgeable counterparts in Italy[/caption]