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Police launch manhunt after Paphos stabbing

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Police are looking for a 31-year-old man after a complaint about a knife attack against a person at a Paphos home.

According to police, two people complained on Sunday that a 31-year-old man entered their house and after threatening them stabbed one of them over a financial disagreement.

The person was taken to Paphos General Hospital and was found to have a head injury, a nose injury, and scratches on various parts of his body.

An arrest warrant has been issued against the suspect and he is wanted on suspicion of offences of conspiracy to commit a crime, conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor, illegal entry, threat, stabbing, and injury.

The investigation is ongoing.

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