LOS ANGELES — A thief broke into the car of Miguel Rojas, shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and stole a purse, iPhone, credit cards and other valuable items, according to media reports.
Rojas was having dinner with his family in downtown Los Angeles after the Dodgers’ 6-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night. He parked his Lamborghini in a parking lot at the intersection of West Olympic Boulevard and South Broadway, according to Fox 11.
Los Angeles Police Department investigators say when Rojas and his family returned to the parking lot, the car was smashed and the passenger side window was removed.
A purse with an iPhone belonging to Rojas’ mother-in-law, identification cards and other valuable items estimated at $1,400 were taken from the car. The vehicle was damaged but not stolen.
The suspect was gone when police arrived at the parking lot, Fox 11 is reporting.
Rojas is a 34-year-old infielder for the Dodgers.