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Police nab Thessaloniki family's employee breaking into safe

A 58-year-old man has been arrested near Thessaloniki on suspicion of stealing some 125,000 euros from a home in which he worked.

The family employing the Albanian man had suspicions about his actions and informed police.

Officers set up a secret monitoring system and allegedly caught the suspect stealing 10,000 euros from the familys safe. He had copied the key needed to open the safe, according to the police.

ekathimerini.com , Saturday May 3, 2014 (16:29)  
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