Denmark's rooms burglarized at worlds

BRATISLAVA, Slovakia -- Members of Denmark's team have been robbed of personal computers, iPods, iPads, money and other items at the ice hockey world championship in Slovakia.

Organizers said in a statement Sunday that the rooms of players and team officials in the Tatra hotel in Bratislava were burglarized during Saturday's game against Germany. The Danes won 4-3 in a penalty shootout.

Organizers have asked all hotels hosting the 16 teams in the tournament to increase security.

They say that the hotel will compensate the Danish team for the losses.