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Separate blasts cause damage to cars, office in Limassol (Update)

LIMASSOL police had to deal with three separate explosions that caused damage to cars and private property in the early hours of Wednesday.

Police were notified at around 1.15am of an explosion in an open area in Polemidia that damaged the windscreens of three cars.

Investigators determined that the blast had been caused by a fragmentation grenade.

The law firm of a 61-year-old man was the second target where a highly explosive device was triggered at 2.25am which caused damage to the firm’s premises located in a block of flats in the Ayios Nikolaos neighbourhood.

A third explosion, this time in Episkopi, was also caused by an explosive device.

It occurred at 4.35am and caused extensive damage to the front of a vehicle belonging to a 63-year-old man.

Various items were seized from the scenes to facilitate the ongoing CID investigations.



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