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Two women arrested for theft

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Police on Thursday placed under arrest two women in Limassol suspected of stealing some €22,000 worth of merchandise from their employer.

The two suspects, aged 52 and 36, worked at the online sales department of a supermarket. The complaint against them was filed by the company’s manager.

The two women are said to have on multiple occasions sent by courier boxes of goods to people known to them, without entering the orders in the company system.

According to their manager, the women had access to the company’s electronic system and were trained in issuing consignment notes.

The case, being investigated by Limassol CID, concerns conspiracy to commit a felony and theft by employees.

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