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Shots fired at Limassol car dealership

ΕΚΡΗΞΗ ΣΕ ΕΣΤΙΑΤΟΡΙΟ ΣΤΗ ΛΕΥΚΩΣΙΑ
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Shots were fired at a used car dealership in Limassol on Friday morning.

Police rushed to the scene and are, according to the latest reports, attempting to identify the shooters.

Friday’s shooting marks the second such incident in just over 48 hours, with shots also having been fired at another used car dealership in Limassol on Wednesday.

The two outlets are not known to be linked.

A police examination of the scene of Wednesday’s incident saw that 12 shots had been fired, damaging the property’s storefront and three vehicles.

The dealership’s owner reportedly told police he “has no differences with anyone” and does not know who he would suspect.

The police’s investigation into the matter is ongoing.

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