STL Dominica training facility attacked by robbers
A training facility operated by the St. Louis Cardinals in the Dominican Republic was damaged by a robbery.
‘AP’ reported this fact through an article from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on the 14th (Korean time).
The Cardinals team also acknowledged the damage through a statement.
According to them, armed robbers broke into the complex between 0:30 and 4:00 a.m. local time on Friday and stole money, cell phones, jewelry, and baseball equipment.
“It’s scary,” said John Mozeliak, president of baseball operations. 스포츠토토 Our players and staff were shocked, but not injured. There are no injuries. “We decided to reexamine security issues,” he said.
Dominican Republic police spokesman Diego Pesqueira told the AP that at least five armed robbers entered the complex, tied the hands and feet of the guards, and committed the crime.
They added that the exact theft list or property damage has not yet been compiled.
It has been reported that the identity of the suspect has not yet been confirmed.