Cyprus Mail

Burglars steal €40,200 of valuables, cash from Peyia villa

Burglars broke into a villa at the sea caves in Peyia and made off with valuables and cash the Cyprus News Agency reported on Thursday.

It said that a complaint was filed to police by a Briton, permanent resident of Paphos. He said that burglars had broken into his home between 7.00 pm and 9.30 pm on Wednesday evening when he was away and stole a Rolex watch worth €12,000, a Cartier watch worth €12,000, jewellery worth €15,000 as well as €1200 in cash.

Peyia police and Paphos CID officers who inspected the scene found that a balcony door had been forced open with a sharp object.

Police investigations continue.

Meanwhile, in a separate case, a 36-year-old man was arrested at around 1.30 am on Thursday near Tombs of the Kings in Paphos. The man was stopped by a police patrol and found to be in possession of burglary tools.

Nothing was found at his apartment.


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