Cyprus: Two vehicles worth 60.500 euros were stolen from company offices
Unknown persons broke into the offices of a car sales company in Limassol and stole two vehicles worth 60,500 euros, driving them through the store's glass window.
The incident occurred shortly after one in the morning and was reported by a 21-year-old citizen. According to the witness, while driving through Pafos Street, he saw a car showroom drive through the shop's window and someone drive it out of the premises.
The scene was cordoned off by police forces and an investigation found that the store's sliding glass entrance door had been breached.
According to the company's sales manager, who was called to the scene, two new cars were stolen, a Honda HRV car, worth 32.000 euros, and a Honda Vezel car, worth 28.500 euros.
The examinations of the TAE Limassol are continuing, while closed monitoring circuits are being evaluated to identify and arrest the perpetrators, who are estimated to have been at least two.