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Man selling stolen gold caught in Limassol

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Police on Monday arrested a 32-year-old man in Limassol who had been wanted for a case involving a string of burglaries and thefts.

Police had identified and issued a warrant against the 32-year-old suspect in August, when two gold rings and a golden chain were confiscated from a Paphos second hand shop after they were determined to have been stolen.

The man was taken to the Limassol Kalo Chorio police station and subsequently transferred Paphos for further investigation.

When interrogated, the suspect allegedly admitted to committing four cases of burglary and theft (two in Paphos and two in Limassol ) during which he stole the gold items as well as money.

Paphos CID is continuing investigations.

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