Saturday June 6, 2020

Quinn executive abducted and assaulted

Kevin Lunney was abducted, taken south of the border and beaten by attackers

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
18th September, 2019
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Kevin Lunney (right), operating officer for Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) pictured with Dara O’Reilly (left), QIH's chief financial officer

One of the most senior executives at Quinn Industrial Holdings has been abducted and seriously assaulted in an escalation of a campaign of violence against the company.

Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) said that Kevin Lunney, its operating officer was hospitalised following his abduction last night as he drove home to Fermanagh from his office in Derrylin.

The company said in a statement that Lunney was abducted and taken across the border and beaten by attackers...

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