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‘Suspicious’ duo busted after making run for it

‘Suspicious’ duo busted after making run for it

The road to Kampong Thom proved too long for two alleged thieves in Kampong Cham town on Sunday.

Police said the two were spotted riding a motorbike with a suspicious air and refused to stop when asked.

After a chase, police nabbed the duo, who said they had broken into a home, taken the bike and were headed to Kampong Thom to sell it. Now police in Kampong Cham are cooperating with police in Kampong Thom to catch the two would-be buyers. NOKORWAT

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