Four men have been arrested after kidnapping former Australian cricketer Stuart MacGill at gunpoint in Sydney in April.
Police allege MacGill was approached by a man near the intersection of Parraween and Winne streets in Cremorne at around 8 p.m. on April 14, before two other men appeared and allegedly forced the former test player to climb into a car.
Macgill, 50, was then taken to a property in Bringelly, west Sydney, where he was allegedly assaulted and threatened with a gun.
He was released about an hour later in the Belmore area.
NSW Police did not identify the victim, but MacGill was quickly named by multiple media outlets.
Four men, aged 27, 29, 42 and 46, were arrested in dawn raids on Wednesday and police said charges should be laid.
Later that morning, officers were executing search warrants for homes in Sutherland, Caringbah, Brighton Le-Sands, Banksia and Marrickville.