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Clothing worth €100,000 stolen

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Designer wear, said to be worth over €100,000, was stolen from a store in Limassol in the early hours of Wednesday, police said.

Police said burglars broke into the Ayios Tyhonas shop through the front door at around 4am.

Three burglars lifted a section of an iron security grill, broke the glass door, and stole a large number of expensive leather jackets and suits.

The store is protected by an alarm system that did not go off, for unknown as of yet reasons.

The security cameras recorded three burglars with their faces covered.

Limassol police spokesman Ioannis Soteriades said that investigators are looking into a possible connection with other high-end clothing store burglaries, reported in Limassol and Nicosia.



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