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Police investigating fire in six vehicles in Paphos

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Police are conducting intensive investigations into a fire that broke out in the early hours of Saturday morning in six vehicles at a car repair shop in Paphos.

According to official statement, police received a call around 2 am about the fires, which broke out in the forecourt of the repair shop, in the industrial zone of ​​Anatoliko. The fire service responded with three fire engines. Three of the cars sustained extensive damage, while the remaining three sustained minor damage.

Two of the six cars belong to the owners of the workshop and the rest to private individuals who told police they could not provide suspects.

Police are continuing investigations while an evaluation of CCTV footage is awaited.

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