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Crackdown on Paphos delivery drivers working illegally

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Police in Paphos on Thursday carried out a coordinated operation to crack down on illegal and undeclared work and made two arrests.

According to the police spokesman, Michalis Nikolaou, between the 8am and noon, members of the immigration service in collaboration with the police, carried out checks, mainly on delivery drivers, to determine whether they were working legally.

In total 18 checks were carried out and two drivers, aged 24 and 33, working for catering company without the necessary documents were booked.

A case of illegal employment is being investigated against them and their employers were also reported.

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