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‘Employee’ just a wolf in mechanic’s clothing

A short con drove one Phnom Penh car owner into a spot of bother on Saturday. The unsuspecting 30-year-old had stopped at a garage in Chamkarmon district to have his vehicle serviced, leaving the keys with a helpful employee.

After visiting a nearby barber’s for a cut, he returned to the shop to pick up his car, only to find it missing. After exchanging a few heated words with the garage owner, it transpired that the helpful “employee” was just a passing thief who saw a prime opportunity. DEUM AMPIL

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