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Cash, jewellery stolen from Paphos home

Some €26,000 in foreign currency, jewellery, and computers were stolen on Tuesday from a house in Paphos, police said.

According to police, the burglary was reported by the owner of the house on Wednesday.

The woman said that the burglary took place sometime between 2pm on Tuesday and 9.30am on Wednesday.

Police said that burglars stole 30,000 US dollars, two computers, and a large number of jewellery.

The burglars broke into the house through the main entrance.

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