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Police arrest man for car theft, burglary

Paphos police arrested a 27-year-old man early on Wednesday in connection with car theft and a burglary.

According to police, a 35-year-old man reported at 2.45am that his car worth €500 was stolen at 2am.

He had stopped at a kiosk at 2am leaving the keys in the ignition when the theft took place.

At around 3.30am police officers spotted and stopped the vehicle in Paphos and arrested the 27-year-old driver.

In his possession they found two gold chains, a tablet, a lady’s watch and a credit card.

The arrested man allegedly told police he had broken into a house in Paphos at 7am on Tuesday morning and had stolen the items from there.



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