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Jewellery theft

A 35-year-old Georgian national reported to police in Paphos on Thursday that between May 1 and June 13 thieves had broken into his flat and stolen €1,000 in cash and jewellery of an unknown value from his safe.
The burglars would appear to have entered the flat on the first floor, from the balcony door, which the 35-year-old Paphos resident would leave open, police said.
He told members of the force that he had found his clothes in a mess without suspecting any foul play.
On Thursday, police said, the man had wanted to open his safe but could not find the key which he always kept in a drawer in his bedroom. He realised his valuables were missing after he was forced to open the safe. The money and jewellery were not insured, police said.

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