La Paz : A car used by Bolivian President Evo Morales was stolen when the driver went to buy bread rolls for the president’s breakfast, officials said.
The robbery took place Sunday morning in San Pedro area here in the Bolivian capital, when the driver got out of the vehicle to go buy rolls. There is, however, still no information on the SUV’s whereabouts, an official said Tuesday.
Eyewitnesses said a “bald male took the wheel and drove the car away”.
The Toyota Land Cruiser belongs to a group of 16 security vehicles donated by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to Morales and other officials on Nov 1, 2008.