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Paphos man arrested for illegally using Turkish Cypriot property


A 37-year-old man from Paphos was arrested on Friday after allegedly illegally entering and using Turkish Cypriot property in the town.

Paphos police chief Michalis Nikolaou told the Cyprus News Agency (CNA) the Turkish Cypriot property management service had told the police on November 29 that the man had illegally taken residence in a property in the Moutallos area.

Following investigations, the man was located and arrested. He received a formal accusation in writing, and control of the property was returned to the Turkish Cypriot property management service.

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