The arrest of four people led today to the investigations of the Police, on the issue of the beaten used cars, which were found circulating in the Cypriot market with forged documents, while new arrests are expected to occur in the near future.
Specifically, the case concerns the import of used vehicles in Cyprus, which were hit (something that should normally be stated in the relevant documents), but were presented as not hit the market, through false information.
As he stated at KYPE, a representative of the Police, after the complaints of the Road Transport Department last February and the arrest of a 49-year-old woman, the investigations continued, as new information emerged about the case.
After the release of the 49-year-old, as informed by KYPE, the Police received new documents and data, which were evaluated and led to new investigations, resulting in the arrest of four persons, aged 49, 46, 43 and 35 years.
< The four detainees, two men and two women, including a 49-year-old woman who was arrested and released in February, have been remanded in custody to facilitate investigations.
of misdemeanors and misdemeanors, abuse of power, issuance of false certificates by public officials, neglect of official duty, forgery, circulation of forged documents and securing registration with false representations, committed between the dates 1/1/2021 – 17/2/2022 in the provinces Famagusta.
The four people will be brought before a court tomorrow for a detention order, while the Operations Department of the Police Headquarters, continued investigations and new arrests are expected in the near future.