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Burglary in Chlorakas

A house in Chloraka, Paphos, was robbed over the weekend while the owner had been away, a police report said on Monday.

According to the report, on Monday morning the 35-year-old owner of the residence reported that during his absence since Friday night, his home had been broken into and robbed for jewellery, as well as €3,000 and $8,000 in cash.

Paphos CID rushed to the scene to find that the perpetrators entered the house through an unlocked sliding door.

Investigators collected various items of evidence from the scene, which they hope could help identify the burglars.


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