A Limassolbased company fell victim to an online fraud scheme where fraudsters manipulated invoices, causing the company to lose over €45,000. The police are currently investigating the incident and advising businesses to verify payment details and educate their staff on fraud prevention measures.
The Paphos welfare offices in the quiet city of Paphos were burglarized, resulting in approximately €1,400 in damages. Police are investigating the breakin, seeking community assistance to apprehend the suspects, and ensuring public and employee safety. No items have been reported missing at this time.
A police investigation was launched in Cyprus after Paul Golberg, director of Friendship Circle Cyprus, received a threat consisting of a pig’s head on his door handle and a note demanding that he leave the island within 48 hours. This disturbing act of intimidation emphasizes the importance of community unity in the face of violence and highlights the need for peace and dialogue in the region.
Larnaca law enforcement recently arrested a 36yearold man for possessing child pornography after a thorough investigation led to a search of the suspect’s home, where numerous files and digital devices indicative of child sexual abuse were seized. This arrest highlights the ongoing global fight against child exploitation.
A 47yearold woman and her teenage son were violently assaulted by a group of about ten unidentified individuals in Limassol, near Kaloyeropoulio secondary school. The son sustained serious injuries and the attack has sparked community outrage and concerns over public safety. Authorities are investigating the incident.
A mother and her teen son were brutally assaulted by a group of approximately ten individuals near Mesa Geitonia, Limassol. The son suffered serious injuries, including a broken nose and ribs, and is currently hospitalized, while the motives behind the attack remain unknown and are being investigated by the Limassol CID.