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Smash and grab from car during Larnaca funeral

Personal items worth more than €400, cash and credit cards were stolen on Tuesday from a car that was parked outside the cemetery in Troulli, Larnaca.

According to police, the car owner, a woman from Paralimni, reported at around 5.30pm that while she was attending a funeral, her vehicle had been broken into.

Perpetrators, police said, smashed the car’s rear right window and stole a handbag that was in the seat. In the bag were a mobile phone worth €200, a pair of myopia glasses also worth €200, a leather wallet with €50, two credit cards, and the woman’s identity card.

The stolen items were not insured, police said, while the damage to the car has not yet been estimated.


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