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Limassol bakery robbed

Two young individuals robbed a Limassol bakery at knifepoint, getting away with €130, police said on Wednesday.

The two, who wore hoods, entered the Ypsonas bakery at 1.10am, shouting “robbery.”

One of the suspects threatened the 34-year-old workers with a knife, while the second one opened the cash machine and grabbed €130 in paper currency.

After that the two fled the scene, police said.

The perpetrators were described as being young, slender, and around 1.70 metres tall.

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