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Fur coats worth €300,000 stolen in Limassol

Fur coats worth €300,000 were stolen from a shop on Limassol’s coastal road early on Friday morning.

Police were informed at 3.50am by the 57-year-old shop owner about the theft and went to the scene.

The two perpetrators whose actions were recorded by a security camera took just three minutes to complete the burglary. They broke the front door of the building, grabbed the expensive clothes and left in a dark jeep.

This is the second time in a month that thieves got away with fur coats from a Limassol shop at the coast.

On October 25, at almost the same time, 3.40am, perpetrators broke the glass entrance and removed 24 items valued at €200,000 in total.

Test are being carried out to determine if the same burglars committed the two crimes.

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