Jewellery and a number of other valuable items were stolen from a house in Pervolia on Wednesday.
According to police, a 31-year-old man who rents the house reported that the house was broken into between 7.15am and 6.15pm and various items, some of them family heirlooms, were taken.
The man said a laptop worth €300, an I-pad worth €400, two watches, two mobile phones, a Swiss watch of unknown value, a golden cross, two gold rings with diamonds, an 1896 atlas bound in leather and €250 were among the stolen items.
The perpetrators had entered the house through a back door, which had been closed but not locked.
Police officers took fingerprints and collected various objects as evidence.
The items were not insured for and there is no alarm system or video surveillance in the residence.
Meanwhile, another house in Paphos was also burgled on Wednesday and more jewellery was stolen.
The thieves entered the home at around 6pm by forcing open a bedroom window and took several objects of as yet undetermined value.