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Burglaries in Kissonerga and Kili

A Scottish tourist in Kissonerga in Paphos complained to police on Wednesday that thieves had broken into the place he was staying and stolen camera equipment and €200 in cash.

The tourist told police that while he was upstairs in the house, he heard noises in the living room and when he went downstairs discovered a camera and memory card worth over €1,000 was missing, along with the cash.

Peyia police visited the scene and found the perpetrator or perpetrators had entered through a sliding glass door.

In a second burglary in Koili village, also in Paphos a Cypriot resident told police that between 1.30pm and 4.30pm on Tuesday thieves had stole €900 from his home. Stroubmi police established the thief or thieves had entered through the bedroom window.

 

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