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Killing in capital: Man killed in shooting on Monivong

Killing in capital: Man killed in shooting on Monivong

Killing in capital
A 38-YEAR-old man was shot dead opposite a high school on Monivong Boulevard in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district yesterday morning, police said.

Iv Chamroeun, police commissioner for Kandal province, where the victim was from, said one of two men suspected of involvement in the shooting was arrested immediately after the incident, but had not been charged.

“We arrested one of the suspects, but we do not yet know if he is a killer or not,” he said.

According to a Cham-karmon district police report, Bun Ly was shot twice outside Boeung Trabek High School at around 6.30am after dropping his children off.

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