INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Indianapolis police are investigating a kidnapping by fake cops and robbery report.
A police report said a man was leaving his house to go to work around 7:30 a.m. Monday when he was confronted by two people who said they had a warrant for his arrest from out of state.
The suspects cuffed the man and put him into a van. They pulled into a business lot at Camby and Kentucky streets. One of the suspects pointed a gun to the man's head and told him they wanted all of his money and stuff, a report said.
The man told police the suspects used a stun gun on him several times and told him to call his wife and have her put $5,000 in his mailbox.
The suspect's wife put the money in the mailbox. The suspects retrieved the money from the mailbox and drove off. They dropped the man off in a corn field near the 8200 block of Trotter Road.
The suspects also took the victim's 2002 Chevrolet and left it at Camby and Kentucky streets.
The investigation is ongoing.
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