Cyprus Mail

Twelve charged after Paphos café gambling raid

Police said Saturday they were investigating an illegal gambling gathering involving 12 individuals at a café in Paphos.

According to police, at approximately 4pm on Friday, officers entered the Paphos café, where they found 11 individuals playing cards and using gambling chips.

The owner of the café, who was there at the time, and the 11 were all charged in writing and will be summoned to court at a later date.

The cards and chips were seized as evidence.

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