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Man arrested for stealing from Paphos store twice

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A 41-year-old was arrested on Sunday after he was caught trying to steal over €100 worth of items from a store in Paphos.

Deputy police chief of operations Michalis Nicolaou said they received a report that the suspect tried to leave from the store without paying. Officers called to the scene found he had a backpack of €118 worth of goods.

He was arrested on the spot, and it since emerged that he stole €92 worth of items on Thursday. The man was arrested for the second case and is now held in custody.

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