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Fur coats worth €200K stolen from Limassol shop.

Fur coats estimated to be worth €200,000 were stolen from a shop located on Limassol’s coastal road early on Thursday.

Police are looking for a person who has been recorded by a security camera in connection with the case.

According to police, the perpetrators broke the glass entrance of the premises at around 3.40 am and left with 24 expensive garments.

The scene was cordoned by police and investigations are being conducted to find evidence that will lead to the identity of the perpetrators.

Anyone who knows anything that can help locate the person who is wanted should contact Limassol police at 25-805057, their nearest police station or the public hotline on 1460.

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