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New Year off to rough start for K Cham man

New Year off to rough start for K Cham man

While most Cambodians may be hoping for prosperity to come to their way this Chinese New Year, one Kampong Cham man has already had the opposite happen in the middle of the holiday.

Police said that the 40-year-old had taken his family on a trip for the occasion when his Prey Chhor district house was robbed on Wednesday, with $4,000 in cash stolen.

Although neighbours spotted the thieves, they escaped with the loot. Needless to stay the victim has cut short his vacation. Kampuchea Thmey

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