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No place like home for ex-con motorbike thief

No place like home for ex-con motorbike thief

Memories of his prison cell weren’t enough to dissuade a recidivist farmer from delving back into the world of crime on Sunday.

Police said the man, who had done a stretch in 2012 for stealing a moto, was back at it over the weekend, stealing yet another bike, this time from a woman in Siem Reap’s Varin district.

He managed to successfully make off with the bike, only to be picked up the next day as police caught him trying to sell it. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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