Cyprus Mail
Crime Cyprus

Thieves break into Chlorakas petrol station, steal €300

Police Car 02

Two perpetrators smashed in the door of a Chlorakas petrol station and stole €300 in the early morning hours on Tuesday.

The 29-year-old manager of the petrol station reported the burglary to police at 2.20am.

According to the manager, the incident took place at around 2am.

The thieves allegedly took €300 in banknotes and coins from a safe box in the building and fled the scene in a car.

The manager told police the co-driver was wearing a hat and his face was covered.

Related Posts

Guitar and tango sounds at Rialto Theatre

Eleni Philippou

More than one third of Cyprus land ‘protected’, sixth highest in EU

Staff Reporter

Three wild donkeys killed by driver in Karpas

Staff Reporter

Health ministry issues guidance as monkeypox spreads

Staff Reporter

Paphos mayor calls for action, police intervene in fight between unaccompanied minors (Updated)

Staff Reporter

Let them stare

Eleni Philippou