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Two people remanded for petrol station burglary (Updated)

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Two men, aged 26 and 23, were remanded for three days on Tuesday on suspicion of stealing €15,000 worth of motor oils from a petrol station in Paphos.

According to Paphos CID chief and police spokesperson, Michalis Nicolaou, the suspects were arrested on Monday afternoon following evidence linking them to the burglary of a petrol station in Timi that took place in the morning hours on Monday.

The two persons were allegedly identified through footage recorded by CCTV.

Various motor oils with a total value of approximately €15,000 were stolen from the petrol station.

When interrogated, the two suspects gave some allegations that are being investigated.

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