A 22-year-old Chinese student reportedly kidnapped with the help of a stun gun last week in Canada was found shortly before 9 p.m. Tuesday with minor injuries, police said in a statement on Twitter. York Regional Police say Lu Wanzhen, who was abducted in Markham, Ontario, over the weekend, was taken to an area hospital after reportedly walking up to a home and asking the homeowner for help. York Police said earlier Tuesday that they arrested a 35-year-old Toronto man in connection with the kidnapping, though he was later released and not charged. Police say they are still looking for four suspects seen on CCTV footage forcing Lu into a car. Lu and a female friend were getting out of his car in an underground parking lot Saturday night in Markham when he was grabbed and subdued with a stun gun, police said. His friend was unharmed. The men allegedly did not demand a ransom from Lu, who reportedly comes from a wealthy family.