Mr Elomar presented to Bankstown Hospital last night, suffering a black eye and broken ribs.
New CCTV obtained by 9News shows a group of men arriving at Mr Elomar’s home on Sunday night in a stolen Mercedes SUV.
The men, one of whom was brandishing a handgun, can be seen assaulting Mr Elomar before dragging him into the car.
Just before 1.30am on Monday a luxury SUV, believed to be the one used in the kidnapping, was set alight at a carpark on Lawford Street in Greenacre.
Police are investigating several theories as to why Mr Elomar was kidnapped, including whether he was mistakenly targeted by the Comancheros over a significant cocaine heist.
Officers are also investigating whether a $3 million ransom was paid for his release.
Mr Elomar arrived back at his Condell Park home this morning where he is surrounded by his family.
A number of relatives visited his home today including Ahmed Elomar, who was jailed over the 2012 Hyde Park riots.
Mr Elomar’s lawyer, Fadi Abbas, said today he is “doing well”.
He also did not comment on rumours of a ransom being paid.
“We don’t know nothing about that and I can’t comment on that,” Mr Abbas said.