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Police investigate theft of €19,000 worth of equipment

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Paphos police on Tuesday are investigating the theft of property from a warehouse in Konia.

According to police statement the owner of a warehouse reported on Monday that it had been broken into and equipment worth a total of approximately €19,000 was stolen.

According to the complainant the burglary appears to have occurred between October 28 and 31.

Police examination of the scene revealed that the burglars entered the warehouse by breaking a sliding metal door and made off with two generators, cables and batteries.

Paphos CID continues the search for the perpetrators.

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