The car used to abduct Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos was found on Thursday, and there has still been no attempt to contact Ramos's family or police. From Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington.com:
The Venezuelan minister of interior and justice said the car believed to have been used to abduct Wilson Ramos last night has been found, according to multiple reports from Venezuela. Tareck El Aissami said the car was located in the town of Bejuma, about an hour's drive west of Ramos' home outside the city of Valencia.
Ramos was kidnapped at gunpoint on Wednesday from his home in Venezuela, which has the highest kidnapping rate in the world. It's also one of baseball's most reliable talent factories, with over 80 players from Venezuela currently in the majors, including Carlos Zambrano, Miguel Cabrera, and Pablo Sandoval. Venezuela also has a thriving winter-ball league, which serves as an added attraction for players who want to return home in the offseason.