Cyprus Mail

Four held in Larnaca robberies

FOUR men from Larnaca and Aradippou, aged 19 to 24, were remanded for five days on Thursday in connection to various cases concerning break-ins of establishments, and thefts between January and February in Larnaca.

According to police reports, the four suspects admitted that they have staged various break-ins.

They were arrested on Wednesday after a tip off that they were trying to fence a large number of stolen goods.

During a search in their homes, part of the stolen goods and other evidence were recovered.

One of the thefts in January took place in a printing shop from where they stole cheque books and a furniture workshop from where they grabbed €3,400 in cash.
They also admitted to breaking-in at two lumberyards, a supermarket and a home.

Police said that more than €5,000 worth of equipment was stolen from the lumberyards and over €1,100 worth of cigarettes and tobacco from the supermarket.

From the house, the owner reported that electronics and jewellery were stolen.

The police is now trying track down the buyers of the stolen goods.

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