Cyprus Mail

Car arson in Limassol

file photo

Limassol police on Tuesday reported an arson which damaged a car in the early morning hours.

According to the report, the car was parked outside the 47-year-old owner’s home in Kato Polemidia when she became aware it was on fire, around 4.30 am.

The woman and her husband extinguished the fire before the fire service arrived, and later checks showed that it had been set maliciously using flammable materials.

The vehicle sustained damage to its front end, the extent of which has not yet been estimated.

The scene was cordoned off and examinations are ongoing.


Follow the Cyprus Mail on Google News

Related Posts

Trouble brewing at the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra amid fears state funding will be cut off

Andria Kades

Cyprus pitches humanitarian corridor in meeting with UK defence minister

Andria Kades

Cyprus failed to carry out screenings for billions in foreign investment, report reveals

Andria Kades

Government denies dodgy dealings for special advisers

Andria Kades

Judge clashes with state prosecutor in Thanasis case

Andria Kades

President meets with US experts as new sanctions slapped on Cyprus-registered firms

Andria Kades