Five Bank Branches Damaged in Sections of Athens and in Keratsini

October 18, 2020

ATHENS — Five branches and ATMs of Greek banks were attacked with crowbars and damaged early in the morning on Sunday, police said.

Between 02:30 and 02:50, the perpetrators damaged branches of the National Bank on 152 Filolaou Str (Pangrati), Eurobank at 151 Michalakopoulou and on the corner of Chryssostomou Smyrnis & Agias Sofias (Vyronas), and the Bank of Piraeus at 10 Mouskou Str (Zografou).

At 04:10, the Eurobank branch on the corner of Dimokratis & Constantinoupoleos (Keratsini) was also damaged.

Police is investigating.



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