Four makeshift arrows were launched by unknown perpetrators at the holiday residence of former Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis in Aghioi Theodoroi, on the outskirts of Corinth, on Friday.
According to authorities, the arrows were discovered in the home’s courtyard on Saturday.
The arrows were made of wood, while the heads had been attached to the shafts with adhesive tape.
The Corinth police department is in charge of an investigation into the incident.
Simitis served as premier with the PASOK government from 1996 to 2004.