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Traffic police appeal for help after hit and run

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The Paphos traffic police on Thursday said they are looking for information on a hit and run that took place on Wednesday afternoon in Yeroskipou.

According to the police a vehicle with licence plates ΚPB 761, believed to belong to a 30-year-old permanent male resident of Paphos, hit a car parked in a parking lot in the Yeroskipou tourist area at around 4.30pm and abandoned the scene.

The owner of the other car reported the incident to the police that have not been able to track down the vehicle yet.

Police urge members of the public who may possess any information that could help locate the car contact the Paphos traffic unit.

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