Gunmen Leave Cryptic Message After Attacking Lionel Messi's Family Store
Unidentified gunmen attacked and opened fire on a family store owned by Lionel Messi's in-laws in Rosario, Argentina.
The people of Rosario, Argentina, were thrown into a situation of panic when unidentified gunmen attacked a supermarket owned by the in-laws of the Argentine star Lionel Messi.
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The gunmen had opened fire on the supermarket, and although no one was injured, they had left a cryptic message for the football star which stated:
“Messi, we’re waiting for you. Javkin is also a drug trafficker, so he won’t take care of you.”
Al Jazeera reported:
The city’s mayor, Pablo Javkin, went to the supermarket and lashed out at federal authorities over what he called their failure to curb a surge in drug-related violence in Rosario, located about 300km (190 miles) northwest of the capital of Buenos Aires.
Police said two men on a motorcycle fired at least a dozen shots into a Unico branch in the early hours, leaving a message on cardboard that read, “Messi, we’re waiting for you. Javkin is also a drug trafficker, so he won’t take care of you.”
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