Items of great value, such as a Audemars Piguet watch, which belonged to a Greek businesswoman, were stolen from a luxury villa in Aleomandra as burglaries in Mykonos continue unabated.
The Greek businessman lived in the luxury villa together with two Greek-American friends, one of whom reported the theft of jewellery and gold.
The case has been taken over by five police officers who were recently assigned to the Mykonos Police Sub-Directorate, with experience in crimes against property, namely robberies, thefts and burglaries.
The incident happened a few days ago at dawn at Villa Sunset.
According to Proto Thema, the robbers managed to find access to the luxury residence through the bathroom window, which they breached with the well-known method of using a drill.
They entered the villa unnoticed and with cool movements they searched to find what they had come for. It seems that the burglars had information that one of the three tenants of the villa wearing a very expensive Audemars Piguet watch, worth €70,000.
They also knew that his other two friends had gold and jewellery of similar value in the villa.
Specifically, from the first tenant, a 40-year-old Greek-American, resident of New York, jewellery and gold worth €1,200 were taken from his possession. The very expensive watch was found in his friend's bedroom by the robbers and jewellery and gold with an estimated value of €60,000 were also taken.
It should be pointed out that from July 20 by order of police leadership, a combat police team consisting of ten people from the Crime Prevention and Suppression Team (OPKE) and five other police officers with experience in property crimes were deployed.