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Kiosk robbed at knifepoint

A man robbed a Limassol kiosk at knifepoint early on Wednesday, getting away with €1,588 in cash.

According to police, a man whose face was covered, entered the kiosk at Kato Polemidhia at 2.20am and threatened the 63-year-old employee with a knife.

Without saying anything, the robber pointed at the till. After the employee handed over the cash, he fled in an unknown direction.

The thief was wearing a wig and is described as 1.80 to 1.90 metres tall and thin.

 



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