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Moonlighting Greek policeman faces fraud charges

A member of the police force’s internal affairs department faced a prosecutor on Tuesday on charges of breach of duty and fraud after he was caught in the early hours of the morning working as a security guard for a private company.

At the moment of his arrest, the suspect allegedly showed police a false identity card.

He was suspended from duty as the force launches an internal investigation into his alleged activities.

ekathimerini.com , Tuesday April 22, 2014 (19:35)  
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