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Woman wanted for abduction of minor

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Police in Paphos on Monday are investigating a case of abduction of a minor by a person exercising joint guardianship, as well as theft.

According to the spokesman and Head of CID, Michalis Nikolaou, on Friday afternoon a 63-year-old permanent resident of Paphos reported that on Thursday after his return from abroad, he found that his 38-year-old wife and their son, aged 7, missing from their home.

The man also reported that all his wife’s personal belongings were missing, as well as his €2,000 wristwatch €500 euros and $1,500 of his money in cash.

Police investigation into the matter revealed that on January 30, the two persons departed from Paphos airport bound for a European destination.

The complainant stated that he did not consent to his son travelling beyond the borders of the Republic.

Police have issued an arrest warrant against the 38-year-old woman and she is wanted.

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