Cyprus Mail

World Cup tickets stolen

A 26-year-old British man reported to police that 688 World Cup tickets worth around £120,000 (€148,000) were stolen from his car after it was broken into in Limassol on Wednesday.

The man, who said he was a ticket dealer, told police the incident happened at lunchtime when he parked his car for ten minutes to visit a shop.

He had left a laptop and a briefcase containing the tickets inside.

The thieves smashed the car window and took the valuables.

Police have not ruled out the possibility of the perpetrators knowing the contents of the briefcase. It was also not known how the man was in possession of so many tickets.

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