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Shop robbed after security alarm failure

Designer clothes and shoes worth around €100,000 were reported stolen from a shop in Limassol early on Monday.

Perpetrators reportedly entered the shop through the front door after removing its two security locks.

CyBC reported that the theft must have occurred at around 3am according to a neighbour who said he heard the shop’s alarm. During the break-in the alarm went off, but because it was not connected to a security company’s network, the police were not alerted.

The theft was reported later in the morning when an employee went to open the shop, which is located next to the Limassol district court.

Police are investigating the footage of the shop’s surveillance cameras.

 

 

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