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Bomb under Limassol woman’s car likely tied to business differences

Police believe a bomb which exploded outside the entrance of a 40-year old woman’s house in Kapsalos, Limassol early Thursday, was planted by criminals wanting to send a message to her businessman father.

According to police sources, the perpetrators appear to be the same people who on July 9 had placed an explosive device outside the office of the businessman’s partner. This had led to the arrest of a 64-year-old associate of the two who was released Wednesday.

The motives of the perpetrators are thought to concern financial differences and police are not ruling out more arrests.


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