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Paphos: 20 computers confiscated in clampdown against illegal gambling

Paphos police on Friday searched two premises and confiscated a total of 20 computers as part of a clampdown on illegal electronic gambling.

The first premises belong to a 55 year old man from where police took away 10 computers which police have reasonable grounds to suspect have been converted into fruit machines.

From the second premises belonging to a 43 year old man, police confiscated another 10 computers for the same reason.

Police also confiscated a closed circuit TV.

Police investigations continue.

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