The headquarters of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce (Keve) was attacked with red paint on Thursday night.

Workers arriving at the building on Friday morning were confronted by the walls, stairs, doors, and floors splattered with paint.

Additionally, they say, motion sensors outside the building were also vandalised, “possibly kicked”.

A spokesperson for Keve told the Cyprus Mail they had contacted the police, but that they “still don’t know exactly what happened”.

They added that they “have suspicions that the attack may have been linked to last night’s pro-Palestine demonstration”.

CCTV footage of the incident is yet to be accessed, though is expected to be viewed and analysed in due course.