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Limassol kiosk robbed at gunpoint

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Two hooded individuals robbed a Limassol kiosk at gunpoint shortly before midnight Wednesday, police said.

The robbers charged into the shop at Kato Polemidia and threatened the 65-year-old employee with a gun and knife, demanding the cash.

Police said the pair, who spoke broken Greek, grabbed €700 in cash before fleeing the scene.

Officers who arrived on the scene were checking footage from security cameras in a bid to track down the robbers.

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