Cyprus Mail

Police confiscate over ten PCs in separate gambling raids

Police ran a raid campaign in Nicosia and Paralimni betting shops on Friday night, confiscating several computers and other gambling gear.

According to a police report, members of the Crime Prevention Unit (CPU) raided a betting shop in Nicosia on Friday night, and spotted seven computers and four electrical switches, which were collected as evidence. The search also identified three individuals who had various unpaid fines and were transferred to the Pera Chorio police station for settlement.

At the same time, CPU members raided another betting shop in Paralimni, and collected six computers as evidence. During the search, one individual with unpaid fines was found and transferred to the Paralimni police station for settlement.

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