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Two hunters fined in Paphos

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Two hunters were fined €500 and €150 for illegal transportation of an assembled firearm on Sunday in the Ayios Nikolaos community of Paphos.

According to the Paphos police, two vehicles were stopped on Sunday around 10am by members of the Game and Fauna Service.

A 38-year-old driver was fined €500 for transporting an assembled and loaded gun, while a 40-year-old driver was fined €150 for transporting an assembled firearm.

The guns were confiscated and taken to the Panagia police station where they are to be kept until the of out-of-court fines have been paid by their owners.


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