WATCH: Police hunt three men over alleged kidnapping of cricketer Stuart MacGill

Police investigating the alleged kidnapping of former Test cricketer Stuart MacGill have released images of three men they believe may be able to help with inquiries.

MacGill was allegedly forced into a car outside his home on Sydney’s Lower North Shore in April and driven to a property in Bringelly.

He was allegedly assaulted and threatened at gunpoint before being released about an hour later and dumped in Belmore.


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Four men, including the brother of MacGill’s partner have been charged over the incident.

Police are now searching for three more men as part of the investigation.

Footage has been released showing two of the men entering a Bunnings store hours before the kidnapping where it’s believed they purchased items used during the incident.

The first man depicted in the CCTV is described as being of Pacific Islander/Maori appearance, aged between 20 and 25, about 180cm–190cm tall, with a solid build, brown eyes, dark shaved hair in a ponytail and a tattoo on his right hand.

The second man depicted in the CCTV is described as being Pacific Islander/Maori appearance, aged between 20 and 25, about 175cm–185cm tall, with a solid build, brown eyes, short dark hair and stubble.

IMAGE: NSW Police

A COMFIT image of a third man has also been released.

He is described as being of Middle Eastern appearance, aged 25-35, of solid build, with short dark coloured thinning hair and a brown and red coloured beard.

The man was seen driving a white Toyota Camry with a rideshare sticker on the rear and is believed to frequent the Ryde area.

IMAGE: NSW Police

It comes as MacGill spoke publicly for the first time about the ordeal in an interview with A Current Affair, insisting he was innocently caught up in the situation.

“I know that I have done nothing wrong, Maria has done nothing wrong. If people choose to think something contrary to what’s been presented by both myself and the police, then that’s up to them,” MacGill said.

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