Police said a Pennsylvania couple left a man bound with duct tape in a wooded area while they used his debit card at various ATMs, WTHM reported.
John W. Williams, 47, and Charmayne P. Maddy, 45, approached the victim in an abandoned parking lot near Carlisle and ordered him to get into their pickup truck at gunpoint early Monday, state police said in a news release.
The man told police that Williams and Maddy drove him to Rye Township in Perry County. He said they told him to remove some clothes, and they bound him with duct tape. The couple then took his keys, telephone and wallet, police said.
A hunter found the man around 7:15 a.m. Monday, WTHM reported.
Police said the couple used the victim’s debit card at various ATMs in Cumberland County. The last known transaction was Monday between 5 a.m and 6 a.m.
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