Ecclestone mother-in-law rescued after hapless kidnappers made series of errors

São Paulo kidnappers left amateurish trail of clues that led police to rented flat where Aparecida Schunk was being held

A series of accidents and errors by bungling kidnappers led to the release – apparently with no shots fired and no ransom paid – of Bernie Ecclestone’s mother-in-law after nine days in captivity in Brazil, it has emerged.

Aparecida Schunk was found tied-up but unharmed in a rented flat on Sunday night in Cotia, a low-income district of São Paulo, after armed police from the city’s anti-kidnap division smashed down the garage door and stormed the building.

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