crontab/cronjob running multiple times at the wrong time

crontab not working
It is running as user Apache

I've tried 0 0 * * * (which means midnight 00:00) and it does run at midnight but also 13:25 for some reason?
25 0 * * * with this it runs at 00:25 but again also at 13:25

Solution - Restart the Cron Service (especially if you changed your time/timezone)

*Update I had a suspicion that changing the timezone a few weeks ago caused this.  I restarted lhe cron service and the problem hasn't come back


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