Six-day remand issued to 4 suspects in Ypsonas drug bust

16 April 2016
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Four suspects, who were arrested in Ypsonas on Thursday in a major drug bust, were given six-day remand orders by the Limassol District Court on Saturday, reports said.

The four men, 35, 45, 36, and 62 were arrested after police found 7,400 kg of cocaine, 7,700 kg of cannabis, 15 grammes of opium, and 700 grams of TNT were found on their property.

The 62-year-old had been found in a field near the premises during the investigation, while the 38-year-old and the 45-year-old were found inside a building on the premises.

The 38-year-old and the 45-year-old tried to escape with a bag containing drugs, when they saw the police.

At the homes of the 45-year-old and 38-year-old 32 mobile phones had been found in total. 28,820 euros had also been found at the home of the 45-year-old, while at the home of the 38-year-old 7,000 euros had been found by police.

Police are examining several charges. The suspects have given different stories on the situation.

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