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Canaries worth 3,000 euros stolen in Sotira

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Two hundred canaries various colors and ages, worth around 3,000 euros were stolen from a aviary in Sotira village in the Famagusta district, police said on Sunday.

The thieves also injured a pitbull that was guarding the fenced area. The animal was treated and is said to be in good health.

According to police the 58-year-old owner of the plot reported that the theft had taken place between February 5 and 6.

The owner had no alarm or CCTV installed.

Police went to the scene to gather evidence and are investigating.

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