I was sent a photo of my husband bound and duct-taped by kidnappers demanding $680,000 in ransom

A WIFE was sent a photo of her husband bound and duct-taped by kidnappers who demanded a ransom of $680,000.

New York cops were able to rescue the man from a Queens building last week after tracking him down.

Now, three New York City men are facing charges over the incident, according to NBC 4 affiliate in New York.

The suspects are Fa Deng, 42, Albert Ferrelli, 50, and Chiahao Lee, 30, who have been charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping for ransom.

They were detained after their first appearance at federal court on Thursday.

According to court documents, a total of four conspirators drove to the victim's house in Fort Lee on Tuesday and committed the crime.

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The conspirators are alleged to have walked into the home and tied up the victim.

When police were called to the home, they found duct tape with pieces of latex glove attached to it.

Officers looked at surveillance footage and found a gray minivan that was rented by the victim's wife and was stolen by the alleged kidnappers.

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Additional surveillance showed the vehicle crossing the George Washington Bridge, heading to the Bronx and eventually Queens.

Officers found one of the alleged kidnappers, Ferrelli, guarding a building and heard a man screaming for help inside.

Once inside, police saw the victim tied up with duct tape over his eyes and mouth.

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The alleged kidnappers face life in prison if convicted.

There was no update on the victim's condition as of Friday morning.

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