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Tourists report luggage stolen from rental car

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Israeli tourists reported their luggage, including valuable jewellery, has been stolen in Paphos, police said on Sunday.

Four pieces of travel luggage were stolen from the rental car of the family which was parked in Peyia between 7.30 and 830pm on Saturday.

They concern a large cloth travel bag, a large white handbag and two small clack and red plastic travel bags.

The theft was reported to the police at 11 pm the same night by the Israeli visitor. He said the suitcases contained a gold chain and a necklace apart from the clothes of himself, his wife and children.

The stolen items are insured.

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