The FBI and Knox County, Tenn., authorities are seeking three suspects who kidnapped Mark Ziegler, president/CEO for the $696 million Y-12 Federal Credit Union, and his family Tuesday in a failed attempt to extort cash from the credit union's Oak Ridge branch.

According to the Knoxville FBI office, two men and a woman entered Ziegler's home in West Knoxville's Whittington Creek subdivision at about 8:15 a.m. Tuesday.

They demanded that Ziegler go to the credit union and get an undetermined amount of money to secure the release of his wife and son.

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