POLICE ARREST WANTED MAN IN LIMASSOL

Police arrested wanted man Apostolos Hadjiapostolou from Limassol on Wednesday evening. He was wanted in connection with an investigation into a case of written death threats, illegal entry and other criminal acts between the period of October 24 and November 1. Police issued a red notice for the 41-year-old on... The post Police arrest wanted man in Limassol appeared first on Cyprus Mail.

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