MAN CHARGED WITH SPATE OF BREAK-INS

A Greek Cypriot MAN from Trachoni will appear in the Sovereign Base Area Court in Episkopi on November 25 after being charged with four counts of breaking into buildings. Three of the charges relate to incidents earlier this month and the other is a historical case from last year relating... The post Man charged with spate of break-ins appeared first on Cyprus Mail.

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