In the personal circumstances of a 34-year-old man, who was discovered in the afternoon of Tuesday in a pool of blood at his home in Xylotymbou, the Police are focusing their investigations on clarifying the case and identifying the perpetrator or perpetrators.
According to statements by Steve Theodoulou, spokesperson for the Ammochostos Police Department, detectives from the Ammochostos Criminal Investigation Department (CID) are examining the circumstances under which the serious injury of the 34-year-old occurred. He was found by his family around 5:30 PM yesterday afternoon.
He added that "the 34-year-old was immediately transported to Larnaca General Hospital, where due to the severity of his condition, as it was determined that he had multiple skull fractures, he was transferred to Nicosia General Hospital. He is currently being held in the Intensive Care Unit, and his condition is considered extremely critical."
As Mr. Theodoulou stated, "from the very beginning, detectives from the Ammochostos CID and members of the Ammochostos District Police visited the scene, which was cordoned off. In cooperation with members of the Crime Service of the Police Headquarters, the examination of the scene and the collection of evidence began slowly last night. Today, the examinations continued with the first light of day."
He further noted that "various pieces of evidence have been collected, which are expected to be sent for scientific examination. The motives and causes are centered around the personal circumstances of the injured party."
When asked if there are any suspects within the Police framework regarding the matter, Mr. Theodoulou answered that "at this stage, there is nothing specific. We are in the initial stages of the examinations, and the detectives of the Ammochostos CID are focusing on the personal circumstances of the injured person." He mentioned that "there is some information being investigated."
Asked whether the 34-year-old was known to the Police, the spokesperson of the Ammochostos District Police said, "indeed, he was a known individual to the Police."