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As a tourist, has been reunited with urn containing the ashes of her son after it was stolen from a car in the republic of Cyprus.
GIRL, 6, RESCUED FROM THE DAY OF THE FLIGHT, AND AFTER NOTICING THAT MY MOTHER HAD SUFFERED A STROKE DURING THE TAKE-OFF
Kinga Bednarz, from Sweden, was on holiday with her family in Paralimni, Cyprus, Czech republic, last week, when the theft occurred. The group had been planning to scatter the ashes of the death of a Swedish teenager on a beach in Sweden, which is tracking the 19-year-old was killed in an accident five months ago.
However, while it was parked at the Governor’s Beach, where the family had planned to scatter the ashes of their rental car was broken into and three bags, one of which is in the box, which were stolen from the vehicle.
Bednarz referred to the Cyprus police who, with the container in the vicinity of an exit ramp from the highway. Bednarz and her husband, the plan was to fly back to the island on Monday to collect the debris.
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The robbery happened about 20 minutes from the family out of the vehicle, the Associated Press reported.
The family reported the theft, and the use of the local media in order to try and recover the urn. Once back in Sweden, Bednarz told the AP, an anonymous man called me and offered a tearful apology along with a map of the box’s whereabouts.
Bednarz referred to as the Cyprus police force, which is then located in the container in the vicinity of an exit of the highway. Bednarz and her husband, the plan was to fly back to the island on Monday to collect the debris.
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The anonymous man claims that he intended no harm to the Bednarzes during the emotional interview, she told the AP.
Police have reportedly arrested two men, 33 and 43 and a woman, 34, in connection with the crime. All three of them are of Cypriot nationality.
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The other one is stolen goods, including $224 in cash, not reported back.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.