Cyprus Mail

Motorbike stolen nine years ago turns up for sale on Facebook

Paphos police on Monday evening arrested a teenager in connection with the theft of a motorbike which was stolen nine years ago.

The motorcycle valued at around €1,000 was stolen in the summer of 2011. Last Sunday, its 54-year-old owner reported to police that he had identified the bike on a Facebook site where it was for sale.

The person trying to sell it was a 19-year-old resident of Paphos.

The suspect was arrested at 9pm on Monday.

During a search of his home in a Paphos village, officers found the motorcycle and confiscated it.

Related posts

Coronavirus: Second death, seven new cases in the north (Updated)

Evie Andreou

Coronavirus: 58 new cases, highest so far, one more death (Update 4)

Nick Theodoulou

Coronavirus: SMS requests for movement up by 33 per cent, most rejected

Jonathan Shkurko

Paphos official donates half of salary to those in need

Bejay Browne

Coronavirus: Paphos doctor recalls his battle with coronavirus

Jonathan Shkurko

Coronavirus: Government amends authorisation for exceptional movement outside

Evie Andreou