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Bomb hoax at a Limassol technical school, building evacuated

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The ‘A Technical School’ in Limassol was evacuated Monday morning after a bomb threat was phoned in that turned out to be a hoax.

A little after nine o’clock in the morning, Limassol police, after a phone call to the school, evacuated the building, which is directly located opposite Limassol police HQ.

Officers deployed sniffer dogs inside and outside the school but found nothing. Police are not excluding a prank by some students as the call was made from a phone booth outside the school, and a similar call had been made last Friday.

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