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Baaaad thieves get thrown out of farm

Old MacDonald’s farm may only ever have had cows, chickens and pigs, but similar Cambodian nursery rhymes may soon have to add thieves to the list of inhabitants that children should learn about.

In the latest case of farm filching, two farm workers were injured on Monday after three men tried to steal equipment from their employer’s Kandal property and then beat the workers after they tried to sound the alarm.

The trio escaped and police are on the lookout for them. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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