MIAMI, June 9, 1995 -- Police searched Friday for a missing millionaire Hungarian couple feared killed in an abduction and extortion scheme. They also planned DNA tests on a fingernail that may have belonged to the kidnapped woman that was found in a warehouse along with a box that once contained a chain saw. Assistant State Attorney Gail Levine said the possibilities are 'very horrifying, if they were killed and if that chain saw (box) means anything.' Metro-Dade County Detectives searched the warehouse in Hialeah Thursday after receiving an anonymous tip. Three suspects are in custody on charges in another kidnapping case last fall. Daniel Lugo, a 32-year-old weightlifter, was arrested in Nassau, the Bahamas, and returned to Miami Thursday. There were reports that Lugo told police that the couple had been killed and their remains stuffed into an oil drum. Already in jail were Noel Alexander Doorbal, 23, and Jorge Delgado, 30, both from Miami. Police said they had befriended Frank Griga, 33, and Krisztina Furton, 23, by posing as potential investors in Griga's lucrative 900- number sex-call business. The couple was seen leaving their $700,000 home in Golden Beach May 24 with Lugo and Doorbal and spotted again at 10 p.m. near the Don Shula resort. Griga's yellow Lamborghini was found three days later in a wooded area northwest of Miami. Police began publicizing the case this week, hoping to produce leads. The reason officials feared the worst for the missing couple is the way Argentine businessman Mark Schiller was treated after he was kidnapped in November.
Schiller survived, but his captors held him in shackles at a warehouse for a month, torturing him with a stun gun, burning him with butane lighters and forcing him to sign over more than $1 million in assets before leaving him for dead. He was found in a coma with a broken pelvis and a ruptured bladder. Lugo, Doorbal and Delgado are charged with abduction, attempted murder and extortion in the Schiller case.