A Massachusetts man is recovering after being robbed and kidnapped from his home.
The 56-year-old Bridgewater resident told police three men broke into his Spring Street apartment early yesterday morning. He says he was blindfolded and tied up, then driven to several banks and forced to take out money from the ATM.
Two of the men were armed with guns, Bridgewater police say.
A surveillance camera at one of the banks captured an image of one of the men using the victim's card.
Around 4:30 a.m., police say the attackers dumped him near a Randolph convenience store. The clerk there says a man with a bloody shirt around his head asked him to call police because he had been robbed.
The victim had a concussion, but is now out of the hospital, according to his roommate.
Anyone with information is asked to call Bridgewater police at 508-697-6118.