A man kidnapped in Regina and robbed of everything, including his shoes and clothes, was forced to walk four kilometres in order to call for help.
According to Regina police, a man was kidnapped in Regina around 2:30 a.m. on June 24. He was reportedly robbed of his personal items, was driven to the Muscowpetung First Nation, about 72 kilometres northeast of Regina, and left there.
The victim had to walk in his underwear and barefoot about four kilometres to find a house to call RCMP.
Almost two weeks after the kidnapping, on Wednesday, Daniel Scott, 27, Chastity Kyplain, 31, and Christian Cachene, 23, were charged by police with kidnapping and robbery with violence.
Scott and Kyplain were also charged with careless storage of a firearm, unauthorized possession of a prohibited firearm and possession of a weapon obtained by crime.
Police said a gun was located on a bed in the home during their arrest.
Editor’s note: A later police release indicated the man was not naked, but had all outer-clothes stolen.