British oil worker kidnapped in Indonesia has been reunited with his family after a two-day ordeal.
Engineer Malcolm Primrose, 61, was freed by the armed gang who took him hostage in the Aceh region at around 6am local time today.
A major police hunt was launched after the drilling supervisor was ambushed by up to six men as he travelled home from work on Tuesday.
Mr Primrose was found alone at a security post inside a palm oil plantation after his captors dropped a request for $500,000 (£320,000), local reports said.
Mr Primrose was taken at around 11am on Tuesday while en route from Medco's oil-drilling site in Blang Simpo to his home in Seumali village.
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