Shocking CCTV footage has emerged of a woman being kidnapped at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport.
The video shows 39-year-old Jincai Chen being followed by four men and a woman after arriving from Hong Kong, all without fellow passengers noticing anything unusual, the Daily Mail reported.
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The kidnappers then follow her through security checks before two men in black join the group at the baggage carousel.
The gang then contacted Ms Chen's husband and demanded a NZ$450,000 ransom.
Despite that sum being paid, the kidnappers then demanded a further NZ$225,000, at which point the husband refused and called police.
Mrs Chen was later released after 13 days in captivity and dumped on the side of the road in Bangkok's Bang Na district.
A Thai policeman who is leading the investigation said arrest warrants have been issued for four Chinese suspects who have fled Thailand.
"We know the identity of all the suspects and will be tracking them down for their involvement in the crime."