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Bakery robbed in Kato Paphos

An unknown amount of cash was reported stolen early Friday from a 24-hour bakery in Kato Paphos.

According to police, the robbery occurred at around 4.30am, when a man with his face covered, entered the shop located in Agapinoros Avenue, wielding a knife. He reportedly smashed the glass entrance, which scared the two employees. They fled through the back door.

The robber reportedly cracked one of the two cash registers open and took all of the cash. The full amount has not yet been estimated.

Police are trying to identify the robber through the footage of the shop’s surveillance cameras. The man was described as between 1.75 and 1.80 m tall, of normal build and was wearing a dark-coloured striped sweatshirt.

This was the third time the same bakery was robbed.



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