Cyprus Mail

Valuable dogs stolen

A beagle reoprtedly worth 6,500 euros was among the stolen dogs

Six dogs worth €15,000 in total were stolen from a fenced-in area owned by a businessman from Tersefanou.

The 41-year-old man reported to police that between Tuesday and Wednesday unknown perpetrators broke the lock of the cages and took the animals, one of which is reportedly a beagle worth €6,500.

Police seized various items from the scene which they sent for scientific examinations.

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