Communication items stolen at Copa Libertadores final venue

              Players of Argentina's River Plate's listen to coach Marcleo Gallardo during a practice session at the Alianza Lima's Club in Lima, Peru, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019. River Plate will play against Brazil's Flamengo on Saturday in the Copa Libertadores final match. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Lima police say more than 100 items of communications equipment have been stolen Monumental Universitário Stadium ahead of the Copa Libertadores final.

The police told radio RPP on Friday that 119 radio devices, 90 cables, 65 batteries, 3 multiple chargers, and dozens of other items were stolen on Wednesday night.

The police added the stolen items were under the oversight of companies hired by CONMEBOL and the owners of the stadium.

The final on Saturday is between defending champion River Plate and Flamengo.