Man abducted at gunpoint in Oshawa home invasion

A Durham Region man who warded off attackers at his residence four years ago has vanished following a home invasion and suspected abduction in his Oshawa home.Francis O’Connor, 31, was taken at gunpoint at 2 p.m. Wednesday after three men entered his residence on Kenora Ave., near Phillip Murray Ave. and Park Rd. S., Durham Regional Police say.The abductors are described by police as white, thin builds and in their 20s.Back in 2013, when O’Connor lived in nearby Ajax, he was shot twice in an attempted home invasion.That attack left O’Connor with “a large, angry-looking sore” in his back from a .45 calibre slug and another scar on his right side from another gunshot, Metroland reporter Jeff Mitchell wrote at the time.Article Continued BelowRELATED STORY:Bullet hole, scars grim reminders of Ajax shootingO’Connor told Mitchell in 2013 that he had previous brushes with the law, but said the gunfire followed a disagreement with a longtime friend who had once been a roommate.