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Two men accused of abusing underage girls

Two men accused of abusing underage girls

Two suspects, in separate cases, were sent to court yesterday after both were accused of raping three-year-old girls. Keo Sreysey, director of Kratie province’s anti-human trafficking and juvenile police force, said 25-year-old Sim Sinath was arrested on Monday after allegedly raping a three-year-old girl in a hammock outside his house in Sambor district. In a separate case, Bin Vanna, police chief of Pursat province’s Krakor district, said fourteen-year-old Thy Thearith was arrested and sent to court yesterday morning after he was caught sexually abusing a three-year-old girl.

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