Cyprus Mail

Paphos man arrested for possession of drugs, steroids, and firecrackers

Police in Paphos arrested a 46-year-old man early on Saturday in connection with possession of cocaine and steroids, as well as firecrackers.

The man was arrested after a search of his residence between 2 am and 4 am during which officers found two small bottles containing what are believed to be steroids, €6,890 and £320 in cash, and 21 firecrackers.

A search of the suspect’s two cars found 77 grammes of cocaine and a precision scale.

In a second house used by the suspect, which belongs to a 34-year-old woman, police found and seized 614 packets of tobacco weighing 50 grammes each. Customs fined him €11,000 which he paid.

The man was detained in connection with possession of drugs and intent to supply, illegal possession and use of steroids, money laundering, and possession of explosives.


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