Cyprus Mail

Break-ins at Paphos warehouse and shop

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Paphos police said on Saturday that they are investigating two break-ins, one in a warehouse in Agia Marina and one in a shop in Kato Paphos.

According to a police spokesperson, the first break-in was reported by the warehouse’s owner, with the latter saying that the building was broken into between January 15 and January 21.

Police officers inspected the scene and determined that the main entrance had been forced open and three grass-cutting machines valued at approximately €1,000 stolen.

The second break-in was reported by the shop’s owner, who said that various hygiene products worth in excess of €800 had been stolen.


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