Two men were arrested in Limassol on Wednesday morning in connection with the attempted destruction of property with explosives were remanded in custody for four days, police said.
The pair, 35 and 32, are suspected of being involved in at least two incidents.
In court, they denied having anything to do with the crimes.
They are suspected of being involved in an incident for which a 44-year-old National Guard non- commissioned officer was detained on September 27, after genetic material was found on an unexploded device.
The device had been placed on the veranda of a 57-year-old woman on September 23. When it failed to detonate, the perpetrator returned on a white scooter to place another explosive device on the woman’s car. This one caused extensive damage to the vehicle.
The second incident occurred on October 16, 2016 when a device went off at a pub in Limassol. Video footage showed that the same scooter was used.
Police told the court that a couple of days they examined security camera footage in which the 35-year-old appears to be on the same type and colour of scooter.
He was talking to the 44-year-old man at a nightclub parking lot where the older man was working a little before the 57-year-old woman was targeted.
The scooter belongs to the 32-year-old who was arrested and was found at his house when officers searched the place early on Wednesday.
It was seized for further investigations along with other evidence found at the home of the two suspects.
Police continue to investigate the latest bombings and are looking into the possibility of an organised crime ring that is hired to place explosives.