Police recover Bentley after man abducted, found beaten in Brampton ditch
33-year-old Mississauaga resident found with ankles tied, authorities say
Peel police have located a stolen Bentley they say belongs to a 33-year-old driver was found tied up and beaten in a western Brampton ditch.
The Mississauga resident was located Thursday at 5:20 p.m. by a passerby in the ditch on Winston Churchill Boulevard, south of Wanless Drive. Police say he was abducted from the area of Kennedy Road and Matheson Boulevard in Mississauga.
The victim was taken to a Georgetown hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Halton police say he was found with his ankles tied up and was suffering from hypothermia.
The suspects are described by police as four masked males. They allegedly stole the victim's vehicle, which is a grey 2010 Bentley with a "OCEANSKY" Ontario licence plate.
Police said the vehicle has been recovered, but released no further information about it.
"Investigators will have to re-interview the victim as soon as he's released from hospital and obviously interview some witnesses if they come forward," said Peel Regional Police Const. George Tudos.
Anyone with information about the investigation is asked to call (905) 453-2121, ext. 1233.