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Crime briefs

Police arrested a 28-year-old man on suspicion of stealing a washing machine from a housing complex in Paphos.
The washing machine, valued at around €280, had been installed outside, police said.
The suspect was reported to police by an eyewitness.

The church of Panayia Chryseleousa in a Paphos village was burgled between Sunday and Tuesday of this week with an icon of the Virgin Mary, two silver cherubs and a silver cross taken, police said.
According to reports the entrance of the church, in Kritou Terra, had been broken into but the thieves did not touch the donation box.

A British tourist, 27, had her bag stolen in Paphos during the early hours on Wednesday as she was returning on foot to her hotel, police said.
The woman reported that at around 2.35am, two people snatched her bag as she was walking on Agapinoros Street.
The bag contained cash and a mobile phone of an undisclosed value.

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