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Burglary in Peyia

Two credit cards, a number of electronic devices and the sum of €110 ewere stolen from of the home of British permanent resident in Peyia on Friday night, police said.

According to police, the woman who owns the house reported that burglars broke sometime between 7.30pm on Friday and 1am Saturday.

Some of the things stolen belonged to the woman’s sister, who is currently holidaying in Cyprus.

Police said that the burglars stole two credit cards, two tablets, a smart phone, a camera, €110 and other valuables estimated to worth around €375.

Initial investigation showed that the burglars entered the home through the




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