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Two to face trial for prying up railway

TWO men were charged on Saturday with the theft of six steel railway crossbars in Preah Sihanouk’s Prey Nop district last week, police officials said. Uth Bros, 31, and Thev Toeng, 43, of Veal Rinh commune, were arrested in Samrong commune last Thursday. “They were arrested while they were collecting the crossbar pieces of railways along National Road 4,” said  District Military Police Chief Nhem Chamroeun. The men face up to three years jail and 6 million riels (US$1,485) in fines.

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