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Shooting at the Supermarket belonging to Leo Messi’s in-laws and issuing a Threat to the footballer

Up to 14 shots have been recorded against the establishment located in Rosario, Argentina

Shots and police around the supermarket of Leo Messi’s in-laws. STR/AFP via Getty

The supermarket belonging to the family of Leo Messi’s wife, Antonela Rocuzzo, located in Rosario (Buenos Aires, Argentina), has received several bullet wounds in the early hours of this past Thursday, March 2, according to official sources confirmed to EFE. who reported that there was an implicit message dedicated to the captain of the Argentine team, Leo Messi, recently chosen Best Player of the Qatar 2022 World Cup and awarded The Best. “Messi we are waiting for you, (the mayor of Rosario, Pablo) Javkin is also a drug trafficker, he is not going to take care of you.”

Apparently, up to 14 shots have been counted on one of the three metal shutters and it is speculated that the assailants would have traveled to the scene on a motorcycle. Rosario is the soccer player’s hometown and is also the city most affected by violence in the Argentine country.

Fortunately, there are no injuries to be regretted and luckily everything has been a scare. Apparently, the establishment’s security cameras have detected that two people on a motorcycle were responsible for the assault. One of them was the first to go down and fire the shots. In fact, a witness has confirmed that he saw two men on board the vehicle and has confirmed that they fired the shots.

Before leaving, they left around 14 bullets between the local blinds. The police are now looking for those responsible, although the motives for the attack are still unknown. The supermarket of the soccer star’s in-laws has decided to continue their routine as normal since they opened their doors to all customers this Friday morning, March 3.

Finally, several political personalities, such as the mayor of Rosario, Pablo Javkin, and the country’s president, Alberto Fernández, have spoken out in this regard, agreeing that the root problem must be tackled to eradicate the problems of violence and organized crime that exist in the municipality.

Andrea Esteban