Cyprus Mail

Farmer says Turkish soldiers stole his vehicle from buffer zone

File photo: CNA

A 60-year-old Greek Cypriot farmer reported to police that Turkish soldiers stole his double-cabin pick-up worth €9,000 inside the buffer zone at Louroudjina near Athienou, Larnaca on Friday night.

According to police around 7.30pm Friday night the farmer said he went to the area to tend his field for which he has a licence from Unficyp.

While was there he had noticed a Turkish military vehicle and hid himself, CNA reported. He then saw a second Turkish vehicle come and tow his car away.  He said he had left it unlocked while farming his crops.

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