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Police investigate Chrorakas car fire

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Paphos police on Wednesday are investigating a fire that broke out in a vehicle in Chlorakas.

According to the police spokesman, Michalis Nikolaou, shortly after 1 am information was received that a car parked in a large field opposite the church of Panagia Chrysoaimatousis had caught fire. 

The fire service extinguished the fire and investigations determined the vehicle had been abandoned for long time.

Police located the 45-year-old owner who reported that the vehicle had been left there due to a mechanical problem.

Police cordoned off the scene and the exact cause of the fire is being investigated.

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