A coach with the Cuban team at this year’s Little League World Series has gone missing.

Bayamo coach Jose Perez left the Little League International Grove complex in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on Saturday before the team’s game, a 3-2 loss, to Panama the following day and did not come back, a Little League spokesperson confirmed in a statement.

“Jose Perez, a coach with Bayamo, Cuba, at the Little League Baseball World Series, left the Little League International Grove late last night, Saturday, August 19, and did not return,” Kevin Fountain, senior director of communications at Little League International, said in a statement on Monday.

According to the Williamsport Sun-Gazette, Perez left the facility around 11 p.m. Saturday and got into a vehicle by Route 15.

Cuba, playing in its first-ever Little League World Series, extended its relationship with Little League until 2025 just hours before Perez’s disappearance, The Associated Press reported.