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Caroll Dufailly, 39, was so shocked by the ordeal that she could not provide the police with & # 39; too useful & # 39; information

Belgian model and her partner are bashed and kidnapped in Brisbane – as police say attack that left-wing man with serious head injury was NOT randomly executed

  • Brisbane police say the wild attack was probably the target and not random
  • Caroll Dufailly, 39, and Eduardus Groenewegen, 55, were attacked in their home
  • The kidnappers have pinched the couple and dropped them off at a nearby suburb
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A Belgian model and her boyfriend – who were crushed and abducted in Brisbane – were specifically targeted by the police.

Caroll Dufailly, 39, and Eduardus Groenewegen, 55, were attacked early Saturday morning by an unknown number of people in their home in Raceview's Ipswich suburb.

The kidnappers held the couple against their will before they were driven to the nearby suburb of Ripley and dumped on the side of the road.

Caroll Dufailly, 39, was so shocked by the ordeal that she could not provide the police with & # 39; too useful & # 39; information

Eduardus Groenewegen, 55, is now in intensive care with a serious head injury, but is expected to survive
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Eduardus Groenewegen, 55, is now in intensive care with a serious head injury, but is expected to survive

A Belgian model and her boyfriend were crushed and abducted in Brisbane because the police say the wild attack was targeted and not random

Mr Groenewegen is now in intensive care with serious head injuries, but is expected to survive.

Mrs. Dufailly was so shocked by the ordeal that she didn't find the police & # 39; too useful & # 39; could provide information.

The kidnappers held the couple against their will before they were driven to the nearby suburb of Ripley and dumped on the side of the road

The kidnappers held the couple against their will before they were driven to the nearby suburb of Ripley and dumped on the side of the road

The kidnappers held the couple against their will before they were driven to the nearby suburb of Ripley and dumped on the side of the road

& # 39; At this time we believe these two people were the target for a reason that we are still trying to establish & # 39 ;, Detective Senior Sergeant David Briese told 7 News on Monday.

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& # 39; We investigate a number of perspectives based on their company and who they are.

But Det Snr Sgt Briese said it proved difficult to draw up a list of suspects while the couple is still recovering at the hospital and cannot provide information.

The couple runs the Benassi Event Solutions event company, which specializes in festivals, dance events and motor sports.

The police would not speculate about whether drugs were a factor in the incident.

But Det Snr Sgt Briese said it was a & # 39; deposit & # 39; was that the couple knew their captors.

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