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Limassol: Six vehicles seized for unpaid fines

Police crack down on offenses in 48-hour sweep


In a concerted effort to combat crime, address traffic violations, and enhance overall public safety, the Limassol Police Department conducted extensive checks over the last 48 hours. Various units, including TAE, OPE, OYLAE, Traffic Police, and Cycling Police, collaborated on this operation.

During the coordinated actions, law enforcement stopped and inspected more than 190 vehicles and 240 individuals. The results revealed over 80 traffic offenses, leading to detentions and legal actions.

Three large motorcycles and three cars were impounded due to violations such as lacking safety certificates and driving licenses.

The drivers involved are now set to face court proceedings for their infractions.

Apart from traffic-related issues, inspections on seven establishments unveiled multiple offenses, including operating without a license, selling alcohol without authorization, and broadcasting music without proper licensing.

The enforcement efforts also led to the identification and arrest of three individuals.

Two were apprehended for illegal residence within the Republic of Cyprus, while one was taken into custody based on a pending arrest warrant. The comprehensive checks showcase the commitment of Limassol Police to maintain public safety and uphold the law.

[With information sourced from Lemesos Blog]

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