Cyprus Mail

Home burglaries in Paphos

THREE HOMES were burgled in the Paphos area on Monday.

The first burglary took place in the Anarita area between 5pm and 7pm on Monday. According to the Cypriot house owner, the burglars made off with €200 in cash, two pairs of golden earrings, two computers and a mobile phone. The total value of the stolen items comes to €2,000.

Kouklia police concluded on investigation that the burglars had entered the house through a balcony door.

In a second case, a Georgian flat owner reported that burglars broke in and nabbed two laptops, jewelry and cash, worth a total value of €2,850. Again, the point of entry was the balcony door.

Also on Monday, burglars broke in to the flat of a permanent resident from Sweden through a kitchen window which was left open. They stole two personal computers and two tablet computers, worth a total €3,500.

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