There remains no word from those who kidnapped Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos in Venezuela on Wednesday night, but Venezuelan authorities have made some progress on finding out more about the incident. According to Venezuelan TV station Globovision, authorities have found the vehicle allegedly used to kidnap Ramos. Here is a rough Google translation of the story.
The Minister of Interior and Justice, Tarek El Aissami, said the vehicle was found in the presumed Venezuelan baseball player was transferred Wilson Ramos at the time of his kidnapping on Wednesday in Valencia. The car was located in the municipality Bejuma Carabobo state. He added that until now have had no contact with the perpetrators.
The car was found in the Venezuelan city of Bejuma, which is located about one hour from Ramos' home.
There has yet to be any further news on the incident. The kidnappers have not contacted Ramos' family, and no ransom information has been spelled out.
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