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€200 in coins stolen from fruit shop

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A 30-year-old man was arrested after a total of €200 in coins was stolen from a fruit shop in Limassol on Tuesday.

Police said the theft was reported by the shop’s owner, who said an “unknown person” had broken into his shop, stolen the coins, and caused approximately €300 worth of damage to a glass display case.

After examining CCTV footage and inspecting the scene of the crime, police determined that the suspect smashed a window at the shop and entered through it.

He reportedly denies all wrongdoing.

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