Cyprus Mail

Two dummy explosive devices found in cars owned by Israeli couple

Limassol police on Saturday night found two dummy explosive devices attached to two cars owned by an Israeli couple, permanent residents of Cyprus.

According to police, the dummies were found when shortly after 8pm they received information about a suspicious object under a car parked at an apartment building in the tourist area of ​​Germasogeia.

Officers arrived on the scene and cordoned off the area.

An explosives expert who was called to the scene inspected and removed the suspicious object which was found to be a dummy explosive device.

During subsequent investigations, another dummy device was located in a second car belonging to the same couple.

The devices have been sent for forensic examination.

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