Following their concert at the Estadio Unico in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Thursday (Feb. 12), a member of the Rolling Stones‘ crew was killed. The murder has caused the band to hire armed guards to be with them around the clock.
The Evening Standard is reporting that the truck carrying the money earned from the concert’s drink sales was targeted by robbers, who proceeded to open fire. Pedro Luis Tabares, a 55-year-old contractor who was a passenger in the vehicle, was struck by a bullet when he tried to escape. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. The driver, Marcelo Rivera, who was Tabares’ boss, was unharmed.