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Four people in custody for impersonation at Paphos airport

Paphos police have arrested four people at Paphos airport for a case of impersonation and forgery.

According to police, four people, two 20-year-old men, and two 26-year-old women, all with French travel documents, showed up to leave Paphos airport for France on Monday.

Further examination revealed that the French and Belgian travel documents in their possession were not genuine.

Subsequently, after the facts were established, all four were arrested in connection with the crime of impersonation and forgery.

The case is being investigated by the CID Paphos. In the last two weeks, similar actions have been taken in four other different cases, with the police locating in time and arresting a total of 14 people.

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