Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos, who was kidnapped at his home in Valencia, Venezuela, last night, was signing an autograph outside his house when he was kidnapped, according to a report in the Venezuelan newspaper El Universal.
The report says two trucks passed by his father Abraham, his brother David and his cousin. When his family realized what the men in the trucks were intending to do, they ran back toward Ramos' house.
Shortly thereafter, the trucks circled back and two men got out of an orange 2007 Chevrolet Captiva (the truck that was recovered today) and grabbed Ramos, pressing a 9mm pistol against his head, according to the report.
A group of children saw the truck take Ramos, according to the report, but the vehicles had tinted windows and no license plate.
You can read the full text of the report here (in Spanish, so I'd recommend a translator). We'll have more as we get it.