violence arrests

Escalating Hooliganism in Limassol Leads to Arrests

Last week in Limassol, over a hundred hooded and masked individuals engaged in a violent brawl outside a local football team’s clubhouse, resulting in severe injuries and property damage. The police have since arrested three individuals connected to the incident and are calling for the closure of certain football fan clubs to prevent further acts of hooliganism. Limassol’s law enforcement continues their persistent efforts to restore order and maintain peace in the community.

burglary theft

Three Arrests in Cyprus Linked to Burglary and Theft

The Cyprus police have made three arrests in Limassol and Famagusta for burglary and theft, recovering stolen property and securing suspects. In Limassol, two were arrested for a café burglary, and in Famagusta, another was apprehended for car theft and illegal firearm possession. Investigations continue in both cases.

armed robbery investigation

Second Arrest for Armed Robbery

The armed robbery at a kiosk in Protaras resulted in the arrest of a 35yearold man from Paphos who confessed to the crime and a 33yearold woman who was apprehended at Larnaca airport while attempting to flee Cyprus. The arrests brought a sense of safety back to the community.

murder investigation

Investigation into Limassol Murder Case Advances with Arrests

Significant progress has been made in the murder investigation of Thanasis Kalogeropoulos in Limassol with the arrest of two male suspects aged 41 and 44. The suspects are currently under investigation for premeditated murder. The murder, believed to be a gangland shooting, involved Kalogeropoulos being shot 10 times. One suspect from Paphos matched a figure captured on CCTV footage and is suspected to have been one of those involved in the escape after the murder.

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