Thieves blow up two ATMs in south Cyprus, stole thousands of euros

Two ATMs in the Limassol, south Cyprus were blown in the early hours of Saturday in separate incidents, and an unknown amount of money stolen.

According to report by Greek Cypriot police, the first incident took place at 4am in Parekklisia, when an explosive device blew up a EuroNet ATM with the perpetrators managing to steal an unknown amount of money.

The second one took place around the same time in Potamos Yermasoyia. This time the target was a Bank of Cyprus and the amount stolen amounted to €37,000.

According to police information, the incident that took place at 4am concerns a method of theft used extensively in Greece.

Cyprus Mail 

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