Two ARMA III devs arrested for photographing an army base in Greece
Two staff members from Bohemia Interactive, the studio behind the ARMA military shooter series have been arrested in Greece.
The two staff members from the Czech studio were arrested on charges of spying after being found taking pictures and video footage of a Greek army base and could face very hefty prison sentences if found guilty.
The staff members aged 28 and 33 were collecting research materials for ARMA III which is currently in development at Bohemia.
Bohemia CEO Mark Spanel said, "This is true. We prefer this topic not to be discussed on our forums atm, at least until we know more specific details about the case."
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