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Police search for suspect, after Paphos kiosk robbery

Cyprus police (Christos Theodorides)

Police are searching for an individual that robbed a Paphos kiosk in broad daylight, an announcement said on Thursday.

According to police, a masked man entered the kiosk in Chlorakas at around 4pm on Wednesday, and shouted “robbery, robbery,” in Greek to the 17-year-old cashier.

After that the suspect ran behind the cash register and grabbed €250.

The cashier attempted to stop the suspect but was unable.

The suspect ran out of the kiosk.

Police say the suspect was wearing dark leisure wear.

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