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Cautions for security operations with no permits

Two men were cautioned, one in Paphos and one in Larnaca, as police continue to clamp down on security firms operating without the relevant permits.
While on patrol at around 6pm on Wednesday, officers from the crime prevention unit in Paphos located a man installing CCTV cameras outside a shop in the town. He did not have the necessary permits to set up the cameras and was cautioned, police said. He will appear in court at a later date.
At 4.20am on Thursday officers from the crime prevention unit in Larnaca spotted a 65-year-old man acting as a security guard outside a shop without possessing the relevant permits. The 65-year-old was also cautioned and will appear in court at a later date.
Paphos and Larnaca crime prevention units are continuing their investigations.

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