There isn't much news -- at least that's being released to the public -- in the Wilson Ramos abduction case. It's approaching two days after his initial kidnapping at gunpoint, but the Washington Post says there's still room for optimism:
There is some good news (or at least the hope is that it's good news) that investigators told the family a few hours ago that "the investigations are very advanced and not to worry because 'We're going to finish this as soon as possible.'"
While that's understandably cryptic, it sounds promising. Rafael Rojas, who has been one of the lead reporters on this story, confirms the progress, and notes that the Venezuelan authorities are using all of their resources:
Several reports of aerial ops going on for the Ramos case. Police are really going all-out on this.
Still no concrete news, but what's coming out is a little positive. In the meantime, there is a candlelight vigil for Ramos scheduled for 6:00 p.m. ET at Nationals Park.