Cyprus Mail

Tools and machinery stolen

Machinery and tools worth more than €3,000 were stolen from a warehouse in Kelokedara, Paphos, according to police.

The warehouse owner reported to police on Tuesday that between February 10 and 11 unknown persons broke into the building and took the items valued at €3,120.

Officers seized various items from the scene to facilitate investigations. They found the entrance had been forced open with a sharp object.

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