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Bike-burgling bandits break down after bust

Bike-burgling bandits break down after bust

A troupe of alleged thieves in Phnom Penh’s Toek Thla district copped not only to attempting to steal a moto yesterday, but also to past thefts after caving under police questioning.

According to local authorities, the three were intercepted by police while attempting to slip away with a Suzuki motorbike from outside a villager’s house.

One managed to flee the scene on foot, but the other two were apprehended and taken into police custody for questioning, where they confessed to previous thefts.

Kampuchea Thmey


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