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PAPHOS police are on the lookout after a spate of burglaries in the district saw €17,000 worth of jewellery stolen from a flat, two laptops and a small TV taken from another house and a paraglider stolen from a Paphos airport store room.“An action plan is in place and there are increased patrols on a daily basis in the Peyia area,” a policewoman from Peyia police station told the Mail. “The orders came directly from the chief of police and we are taking all the measures possible to prevent crimes from taking place,” she added.Peyia Mayor, Neophytos Akoursiotis was unwilling to comment... 3 comments