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Over €35,000 stolen from Paphos villa

Collectible gold and silver coins worth €26,000 as well as cash were stolen from a villa in Paphos, police said on Wednesday.

A 47-year-old man reported that unknown persons broke into his villa in the area of Potimon, located between Peyia and Kissonerga while he was missing on Tuesday afternoon.

The thieves took a safe in which there were €10,000 in cash and collectible gold and silver coins worth €26,000.

Officers arrived at the scene for examinations and concluded the perpetrators entered the house by violating the sliding aluminium kitchen door.

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