Two men from Alice Springs have been charged in connection to an alleged assault of a 43-year-old man on September 4 that left him seriously injured on a driveway of a property on the East Side of town, NT Police said.
Police allege that the two men, aged 29 and 34, detained the victim and severely assaulted him.
The man was later found in the driveway of a home in Gosse Street by two members of the public, who alerted police and emergency services.
The victim was rushed to the Alice Springs Hospital and was placed in the Intensive Care Unit for treatment of his life-threatening injuries.
The area in Gosse Street was declared a crime scene and the police had door knocked the area looking for tips and information.
NT Police said on Monday that the Southern Region Investigation Division arrested and charged the two men with attempted murder, deprivation of liberty, and intentionally causing serious harm.
The motive has not been disclosed.
The men are scheduled to appear before the Alice Springs Local Court today, September 14.