Police denial of attempted kidnapping of children in Protaras
The Cyprus Police categorically denies the publication of the Evening Telegraph, according to which a family from Dundee, Scotland lived nightmarish moments in Cyprus, after an "attempt to kidnap children" outside the hotel where they were staying.
According to the authorities, the Paralimni Police Station received information regarding a fight in a hotel in the city. Upon arrival at the hotel, police spotted 50 tourists at the reception claiming that a 19-year-old Bulgarian was filming minors during an event. Police found a video from the event on the 19-year-old's mobile phone. However, the shots only immortalized adults dancing and therefore was not considered suspicious. The mobile phone was confiscated for further control. It is also noted that the testimonies of both the 19-year-old Bulgarian, as well as tourists and children present at the event, did not show Read the statement of the Police in this case: "Regarding the reports of foreign media regarding an alleged kidnapping of children in a tourist area of the province of Famagusta, we inform the public that this is not the case. The incident unfolded. as follows: On June 19, 16, tourists attending a hotel event in the province of Famagusta, believed that a 2015-year-old was filming their minor children with his mobile phone. The Police was called to the scene and went where they located the 19-year-old. With his consent, a check was made on his mobile phone. A video of an adult dance group dancing at the hotel event was found on the phone. "Afterwards, a search was carried out at the 19-year-old's house, where also nothing reprehensible was found. From the deposits taken by both the 19-year-old and the hotel tenants, nothing reprehensible emerges".See the fake post: