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14 hunting dogs stolen in Paphos

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Fourteen hunting dogs worth around €11,000 were reported stolen on Saturday from Konia in Paphos.

The 52-year-old owner of the dogs reported that the dogs were in cages in an area in Konia and that they were stolen sometime between Friday and Saturday.

The owner reportedly had no padlocks to lock the cage doors.

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